Clegg plans to channel much of his political effort into making the case for continued British membership in the EU
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 >
Young people will not be put off from voting Conservative or Liberal Democrat in 2015 because of the failures of the current government, students at the first ever iStudents debate in Cardiff agreed yesterday.
George Osborne refused to rule out a cut in the top rate of tax from 45p to 40p today as the Conservatives and Labour clashed over the economy.
It's a theory that hasn't been proposed by politicians yet
Nigel Farage has vowed to crack-down on Ukip’s “Walter Mitty” candidates who jeopardise the party’s image as he prepares a campaigning offensive ahead of May’s European elections.
Mike Hancock was suspended from the party this week following leak of unpublished report into his conduct
The pressure on David Cameron to allow hundreds of Syrian refugees to come to Britain is increasing, with 55 members of the House of Lords urging him to sign up to a United Nations programme.
Hancock Snr has been suspended from the party after claim of sexual assault
Mr Hancock has party membership withdrawn after private report in to claims he sexually assaulted a vulnerable constituent are leaked to a website
As Nick Clegg demands the peer apologises to the women involved, former leader Lord Steel calls for 'compromise so the party can continue its normal work'
There were certainly some sex maniacs around the party, but he wasn’t one of them
Embattled Lib Dem election guru says he may take legal action against party as controversy deepens
While the Government is saying all the right things, the reality on the ground simply does not match up to the rhetoric