Lord Oakeshott is now campaigning for Labour in South Thanet, BuzzFeed News has learned.
It was a bit ambitious, not going to lie.
The Lib Dem leader talks to BuzzFeed News about his record in office, his strategy in the election campaign – and his passion for Prince.
The Liberal Democrats’ leader used the party’s manifesto launch to explain why voters should support them.
The deputy prime minister took a campaign break outside Exeter. Just for pleasure.
The Lib Dem leader tells BuzzFeed News on the campaign trail that he doesn’t buy Tory claims that they won’t cut income tax for the richest.
David, Ed, Nick. We’re guessing they’re fans of Autograph at M&S.
All the fun of the seven-way discussion. Democracy, inaction.
The Lib Dem leader knows fewer people will “agree with Nick” this time round.
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…
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.
PMQs is wearing pretty thin for the deputy prime minister after five years on the government benches. Don’t worry, Nick – only two sessions left…
“If we win this campaign, it will be down to our student activists,” Labour’s Oliver Coppard told BuzzFeed News.
The WikiLeaks chief is threatening legal action against the deputy prime minister. Nick Clegg says Assange is a “self-publicist” who won’t make good on the threat.
It is expected that Sir John Chilcot will announce tomorrow that the inquiry into the invasion of Iraq will not be published until after the election. But it’s already been six years.
She was dubbed Salmond’s “happiness guru” during the independence referendum. Now she’s told BuzzFeed News who she thinks would win the proposed television debates.
They’re very keen to share their thoughts with the Labour leader.
“Even people as self-important as Alex Salmond have to win over the electorate,” said the deputy prime minister.
Students could kick out the Lib Dem leader if they worked together. They might want to after the tuition fees debacle.
And Nick Clegg is at risk of losing his seat to Labour.
Harriet Harman, the deputy leader of the Labour party, taunted the prime minister by wearing it and sitting opposite him.
The deputy prime minister had one message for Scotland’s first minister: Let it go.
The footballer served half of his five-year sentence.
And nine other things we learned from the deputy prime minister’s speech to the Lib Dem party conference.
Top lawyer Miriam González Durántez said in the interview that, when it comes to combining a high-profile job and family life, she just wants “what men have”.
The chief secretary to the treasury said that he enjoys playing a leadership role and would like to play that role “should the opportunity arise.”
Britons want parties to make firm manifesto pledges. But how does that work if you’re heading for a coalition?