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A word cloud of Nick Clegg's speech at the Lib Dem conference shows the themes of "government" and "Liberal Democrat" were most prominent.
It also appears Mr Clegg spoke more about Labour then the Conservatives.
Recalling his meeting with Britain's Andy Murray after the tennis player's Wimbledon victory in July, Nick Clegg says that the Grand Slam champion jokingly asked him, Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour leader Ed Miliband why the three leaders "can't always get along".
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg says the Liberal Democrats can "be trusted with the biggest responsibility of all – fixing the economy".
He said the party can handle government and asked his party to feel "proud" of what the party has achieved in the space of three years, since forming the coalition.
The theme that the Deputy Prime Minister will focus on is how the Liberal Democrats are and will continue to be in the future, a party of government.
He will also highlight his party's role in the economic recovery, stating that the recovery would not have happened without the Liberal Democrats.
Nick Clegg has arrived to deliver his keynote speech at the end of the Liberal Democrat annual conference.
The Deputy Prime Minister is expected to tell his party that they are "no one's little brother."
As he closes the Liberal Democrat conference this afternoon leader Nick Clegg will speak about how the party will 'anchor' the other parties to the centre ground.
Mr Clegg is expected to say: "The Liberal Democrats are not just some subset of the Labour or Tory parties – we’re no one’s little brother.
"We have our own values, our own liberal beliefs. We’re not trying to get back into Government to fold into one of the other parties – we want to be there to anchor them to the liberal centre ground, right in the centre, bang in the middle."
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Nick Clegg believes that his party's place is in government and coalitions should be a permanent fixture in British politics.
Nick Clegg is a good speaker - possibly the best of the current crop - but I am not sure his conference address was his finest hour.