Archive of 24 September 2012
Just one in ten students are more likely to vote for the Liberal Democrats at the next general election as a result of Nick Clegg's apology.
Appealing to soft Conservative voters is "electoral suicide", Matthew Oakeshott has warned.
Vince Cable cast himself as the man best placed to make a post-election deal with Labour today, during his conference speech in Brighton.
The Liberal Democrats pre-election pledge to scrap tuition fees was "relatively modest" and the party "should have fought harder to make sure they kept that promise," according to Tim Farron.
Andrew Mitchell could face an investigation by a parliamentary watchdog after his swearing-filled outburst against police officers outside No 10.