In a poignant interview, Adrian Hyyrylainen-Trett, Lib Dem candidate for Vauxhall, reveals the extraordinary and harrowing story of how he contracted the virus, and explains why he felt so compelled to speak out.
The Lib Dem leader appealed to his party after the business secretary told BuzzFeed News that Farron would not be a “credible leader”.
The prime minister handed out souvenir beers at the coalition’s final cabinet meeting. But we’ve seen that name before…
In an interview with BuzzFeed News, the business secretary criticised the bookies’ favourite for the party leadership in unsparing terms.
The business secretary lets BuzzFeed News into his private dance class to reveal his love for the samba, his frustration with the Tories – and what he really thinks of Tim Farron.
His party has long branded the current voting system as outdated and unfair. Now the energy secretary has admitted to BuzzFeed News that it might be rather useful, too.
From musical theatre to Eurovision to a stuffed parrot, it really had it all.
Jo Swinson told BuzzFeed News that women need to back themselves if they want top jobs. Speak out, ladies.
Meanwhile, about a quarter of them voted for Labour in 2010. There were also 11 people who voted for UKIP.
He gets up to some weird and wonderful things.
Students could kick out the Lib Dem leader if they worked together. They might want to after the tuition fees debacle.
The Scottish secretary also said that the deputy first minister is losing control of her party.
Julian Huppert told BuzzFeed News he believed a majority Labour government would take current data retention legislation much further.
“You have to fight for every vote,” a Labour spokesperson told BuzzFeed News. “It’s all to play for.”
The comments, made by David Ward, come two years after he called Israel an “apartheid state”.
A European ruling made it illegal for companies to monitor your communications data. Now the prime minister plans to make them do it anyway.
Mike Hancock says sorry but is sticking around.
Rebellion is failing to take hold among Liberal Democrat activists.
CORRECTION: I used the wrong word and now everyone’s laughing at me.
If you weren’t aware, the two went to the pub for a pint this morning.
Never mind the election, we want to know what he’d do if Godzilla attacked France.
Nick Clegg’s party is known for its unusual approach to representing statistics. #winninghere
Ed Miliband’s hopes of being Prime Minister rest on convincing disaffected Lib Dems to vote for him. But will they stick with Labour?
Tough times for Nick Clegg’s party.
The British government wants to maintain its ability to decide which drugs are illegal. But the European Union wants a final say.
The Liberal Democrat leader likes a side order of lols with his coalition planning.