There were some forlorn lows, and occasional passionate highs, but ultimately the Deputy Prime Minister is teetering on the same old Lib Dem tightrope.
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From grim determination to quiet leadership campaigns, here is the low down on what’s happening in Glasgow.
Scotland Decides 4) David Campbell Bannerman MEP: On the front line, this referendum has set grassroots politics alight
In an almighty battle between head and heart, the level of engagement I saw while campaigning in Scotland was extraordinary.
A proper Treasury cost-benefit analysis of our EU membership would put this untruth down for good.
But will politicians ever really ‘fess up? Or will the next election campaign be spent making promises that can’t be kept?
Nick Boles was a great planning minister. Now Brandon Lewis has the chance to continue his work with housing in the same brief – where it should be.
Doing nothing at all may well have been more successful than trying to bump off the Lib Dem leader like this.
Are migrants rushing over from Eastern Europe? Or is the rush over? Today’s figures raise as many questions as they answer.
Enhanced Scottish devolution makes English devolution inevitable. English votes on English laws would simply mirror the position in the devolved assemblies.
Speaking to the BBC, Danny Alexander was quick to warn that “there’s still a very long way to go”.
The pace of public service change is swift – but does it extend as widely as it should?
The Chief Secretary to the Treasury also discussed some of his party’s other aims, such as a mansion tax.
The Government has rocked the Yes campaign onto the back foot – now it’s the Opposition’s turn.
Danny Alexander would rather have his cold, blood-spattered, lifeless body hauled off to the morgue than see a cut in the top rate of tax
Would he break up the Treasury to curb the power of Ed Balls?