Labour leader's phone taken away by aides and replaced by one with a new number.
Forecasting a hung parliament at the next election, the Business Secretary looked to life after the Tories.
Clegg would trade welfare cuts for a wealth tax, but Cable won't accept a "penny more" off spending.
Tim Farron joins Vince Cable in declaring that he's prepared to stand for leader.
With Clegg fatally damaged, the party should look to Vince Cable to limit the damage,
If the party's MPs want the leadership debate to go away, then they should stop talking about it.
Chuka Umunna says reforms to employment law are an attack on workers' rights.
Ming Campbell slaps down Vince Cable.
Have Britain’s politicians finally realised that EU rules are not an impediment to an active industrial policy?
Support for the party would rise from 14% to 18% with Cable as leader.