Telegraph View: despite having a tiny number of MPs, the Lib Dems exercise a huge effect on government policy.
Fractious meeting of finance ministers sees Europeans vow to push on with tax to bolster rescue funds despite UK objections
New questions over Tony Blair’s ties to Col Muammar Gaddafi and his role in the release of the Lockerbie bomber have emerged from documents discovered in Tripoli.
Liberal Democrat Party Conference 2011: ‘We’re picking fights and punching above our weight’, says Clegg
Nick Clegg has claimed the Liberal Democrats were picking fights with their Tory Coalition partners every day to “put things right” in the Government.
Treasury Chief Secretary Danny Alexander says public sector pensions must be “affordable, sustainable, high quality and fair”.
The White House is making its own beer – but the brew surely needs a catchy name. Any ideas?
Institute of Directors, the Prince’s Trust and the TUC join the opposition in demanding action to boost the flagging economy
Tough new measure is part of a slate of reforms to end welfare dependency and get Britain back to work
Sarah Palin, the former Republican Vice-Presidential candidate, has been hit by lurid allegations that she had a fling with a basketball player just before she got married and took cocaine while out snowmobiling.
Doctors and scientists say Bachmann’s comments risk further reducing already low take-up rates for vaccine in US
President Barack Obama’s re-election prospects were dealt a double blow yesterday when Democrats lost a congressional seat they had held since 1923 and new figures showed American poverty at its highest level for 18 years.
He complained of being a piñata last time. This time, Perry was the punchbag – and it was Michele Bachmann landing the blows
By one count there were 104 Conservative MPs; another put it at 120 – twice the total number of Liberal Democrats in the House of Commons.
More than 120 eurosceptic Tory MPs have taken part in a meeting to discuss Britain’s position in Europe amid growing unrest in the party over the issue.
After the Coalition: to secure the country’s economic future, we need a new balanced budget law like Switzerland.
Telegraph View: The revelations that the planning minister, Greg Clark, has privately urged developers to lobby David Cameron undermine his claims of objectivity.