In the conference hall here in Glasgow, the crowd liked Nick Clegg's "no, no, no" part of his speech, referring to where the Conservatives have not delivered in government, and his party has.
Nick Clegg has been explicitly pointing out, as has been the message all week at the Liberal Democrat conference, how the Liberal Democrats are different to the Conservatives.
This is Clegg's list of what he claims he has "stopped":
"Sometimes compromise and agreement isn’t possible and you just have to say “no”. Inheritance tax cuts for millionaires - no. Bringing back O’ levels and a two-tier education system - no. Profit-making in schools – no. New childcare ratios – no.
"Firing workers at will, without any reasons given – no, absolutely not."
Nick Clegg believes the Coalition should be a permanent feature of the British political system.
He maintains the polls show a hung parliament is very likely in 2015 too.
Clegg has told his party members in Glasgow: "The country is finally emerging from the biggest economic crisis in living memory. The absolute worst thing to do would be to give the keys to Number 10 to a single party government – Labour or the Conservatives."
Nick Clegg says power sharing in government does work and that he wants the Liberal Democrats to be part of the government next time too.
This is the theme he will come back to time and time again during his speech.
"We are a party of Government now." This is Clegg's big message.
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.
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has begun his party conference speech in Glasgow by discussing the beginnings and formation of the coalition government in 2010.
You saw the calm bit in the rose garden. What you didn’t see was the utter chaos indoors.
To say the Coalition caught Whitehall off guard is a massive understatement.
The Government machine had no idea how it was going to handle power sharing – and not just the furniture, this was going to need a complete overhaul of how decisions would be taken and departments would be run.
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."