Peer's move to seek injunction lifting his suspension could lead to 'blood bath', say experts
Anything that damages Nick Clegg is a boost for Ed Miliband as polls continue to back Labour
Rennard calls for his accusers to back down and tells how he has considered 'self harm'
C4 News presenter who first broke the story is forced to question Clegg at mental health speech
Women threaten to resign, there’s talk of a plot against Rennard, Clegg sounds like he's pleading with the peer
Peer accused of sexual harrassment won't face any action and friend says he has no need to apologise
Labour missed a trick in 2010: now they're taking Lib Dems seriously in case it proves necessary
And if small businesses keep protesting it's a lousy idea, Cameron can always blame Nick Clegg
Twin attacks on Tory policy by Clegg and Cable make it easier for PM to please his backbenchers
Digitally-enhanced card from Deputy PM and wife 'captures the real tackiness of Christmas'
Deputy Prime Minister wades into political debate prompted by comedian on BBC Two's Newsnight
Cameron fares better – but since the last election there has been little switching between Tory and Labour voters
By admitting the Lib Dems have blocked popular Tory measures, Clegg took a big risk, say critics
Lib Dems' Danny Alexander says wealthy must bear more of burden – but what does 'wealthy' mean?
Private document wrongly sent to press, shows Lib Dems count anyone earning £50,000 a year as rich
Cable could still do a deal with Labour at the next election - but 'Tory' Clegg would find it difficult now
Two new polls show that Ed Miliband is a drag on Labour's chances of winning the 2015 election
Members of all three main parties believe that 'compelling new evidence' requires a fresh vote – but PM is adamant it won't happen
Politicians divided on whether intervention will prevent future chemical attacks or lead to 'absolute disaster'