Nick Clegg was facing a row on Tuesday night after the Liberal Democrats decided to re-admit Lord Rennard – the man who masterminded the party's byelection victories in the 1990s – as it dropped disciplinary proceedings relating to allegations of inappropriate behaviour towards women.
The Liberal Democrats have pledged to examine allegations of discrimination made by Pauline Pearce, the "Hackney heroine" who confronted rioters in 2011, after she abandoned her campaign to become party president on the grounds of its "neanderthal views on diversity".
The Liberal Democrats will pledge in their general election manifesto to guarantee continuing free access to selected national museums and galleries while offering greater autonomy to the institutions.
Ukip have taken a shock six-percentage-point leap in the polls following confirmation that Nigel Farage is intending to stand in a Tory seat in Kent. An Opinium/Observer poll has Farage's party on 21%. It appears that Ukip has taken support from both the Tories and Labour.
The Liberal Democrats are to burnish their credentials as the tax-cutting party for the low paid by floating the possibility of cutting national insurance contributions for anyone earning below £12,500 a year.
With party conferences approaching, and manifestos just around the corner, I have a look at one of Britain’s growing political forces: the Green party.
The Liberal Democrats will pledge in their general election manifesto to introduce a new "yellow card" system to give job seekers who break benefit rules a final warning before sanctions are imposed.
The former Marks & Spencer boss Sir Stuart Rose, the football executive and Apprentice star Karren Brady, the publisher Gail Rebuk, and the former Tory pollster Andrew Cooper are among the list of new working peers announced by Downing Street.
Nick Clegg has said Boris Johnson will have to "come clean" about his steely political ambitions underneath his bumbling persona during what is likely to be a year of feverish speculation about his designs on the Conservative leadership.
The main theme to last week’s “UKIP shuffle” was not so much gender diversity as ending Farage’s monopoly of the spotlight.
David Cameron has been accused by union leaders of being a "Bullingdon bully" after he vowed that the Conservative election manifesto would tighten the screw on strike laws in response to what he regards as Thursday's illegitimate mass walkout of up to 1 million public-sector workers.
A woman who has been given an apology from the MP Mike Hancock for inappropriate sexual advances has condemned Nick Clegg for ignoring her claims for more than four years.