For all the overheated language from the left about inequality, the record of the Coalition was surprisingly good
The Lib Dem legacy, new seat boundaries, a Question To Which The Answer Is No and another for my collection of genuine shop names
Exclusive: Former Deputy Prime Minister says David Cameron is 'squandering' the Coalition's 'progressive legacy'
Review concludes Nick Clegg and senior party figures sowed seeds for their performance early in Coalition government
Politics, protests and that pig incident have made 2015 an unforgettable year
Nick Clegg’s wife will interview Jamie Oliver and Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain
Exclusive: Former Deputy Prime Minister ridicules claim UK could enjoy EU's benefits while tearing up membership
But for government cuts, Mark Wood, a mentally ill young man, might not have died. And with suicide rates continuing to rise, austerity measures are costing more minds and lives every day. Mary O'Hara wonders why the system doesn't care
Exclusive: Former Lib Dem leader hopes to build support for new approach at 2016 UN meeting
When the EU stands together, we are a powerful union with real clout that is listened to around the globe
In his first conference address as party leader, Jeremy Corbyn recycled lines that had been published by Richard Heller, a former adviser to Denis Healey. In an age of jobbing speechwriters, does it matter? Blair's biographer, John Rentoul, considers the question
Polly Mackenzie has revealed that she occasionally used lines sent in by Richard Heller as part of the former Lib Dem leader's speeches
The former Deputy Prime Minister claims that the Scottish National Party will use the referendum to make another push for an independent Scotland.
The party was left with just eight seats in their worst result since 1970
Nick Clegg led the Liberal Democrats to power, and then to the wasteland. As the party gathers for its conference against the backdrop of Labour's upheavals, he gives his first print interview since quitting the helm to Toby James, Duncan Brack. And conviction politics is on his mind >
Deputy PM said the ban would not be enforceable in practice