Nick Clegg

Despite Disraeli’s dictum, a coterie of dons and mandarins aims to end the two-party system and keep the Lib Dems in power

The inside story of how Nick Clegg and his allies ruthlessly organise their opposition to repatriating powers to the UK

Liberals don’t want the state to privilege heterosexual marriage—but gays and other sexual radicals want public recognition too

Party-funding and constitutional reform reveal the Whitehall machine playing into the hands—and coffers—of the Lib Dems

After success on May 5, Cameron and Osborne can confidently pursue austerity. But first they must abandon the politics of incoherence

A constitutional revolution is under way, driven by an unelected cabal led by the Cabinet Secretary, Sir Gus O’Donnell

The coalition government’s new levy on banks will be a levy on banks’ customers

David Cameron has his hands full keeping his coalition with Nick Clegg going while the country is in crisis. Is he up to the task?

Don’t be fooled by the Lib Dems’ moderate image. Nick Clegg’s party harbours some highly illiberal people

‘Having been caught out lying about Jenny Tonge, Nick Clegg took refuge in objecting to a personal accusation of racism that had not been made’