Nick Clegg

The record of the former Liberal Democrat leader and Deputy Prime Minister is too easily ridiculed

‘I have always kept a special portion of my spleen dedicated to loathing the Liberal Democrats’

‘After 2010, the Liberal Democrats got steadily stronger on foreign policy, a field in which their polyglot leader was visibly comfortable’

The photogenic Danish prime minister epitomises the out-of-touch Brussels elite

Contemporary liberalism has disdained the loyalties that work as society’s glue. Its failure has allowed populism to dominate politics

Its time for the metropolitan elites to broaden their horizons

The must be clearer information on the cost of Britain’s EU membership

The establishment hid Cyril Smith’s crimes. Imagine what they will do when the press is state-regulated

The real threat to liberty is not Leveson but the Coalition’s own Defamation Bill—yet it is not too late to make a sensible amendment

‘David Cameron should pursue a bold new strategy: seek an alliance with a splinter group of dissatisfied Lib Dems’