Theresa May is putting children's health at risk by axing free school lunches for infant pupils, Nick Clegg has argued.Read the full story ›
A sign spotted at Las Vegas airport advertising the flight hub's current maintenance work appears to star the former deputy prime minister.Read the full story ›
Cannabis should be legalised to end the "embarrassment" of domestic drugs policy, MPs have said.Read the full story ›
The Liberal Democrat leader said he would also seek to ensure the government pursues a 'soft' rather than 'hard' Brexit.Read the full story ›
The former Deputy Prime Minister told Peston on Sunday that he was in full agreement with Tony Blair on the EU.Read the full story ›
Former deputy prime minister is set to return to the Lib Dem's front bench, the Party's leader has confirmed.Read the full story ›
Liam Fox's insistence that Britain can maintain free trade with the European Union post-Brexit is a "work of fantasy", Nick Clegg has said.
The former deputy prime minister warned that instead businesses would face a "deluge of bureaucracy and paperwork".
International Trade Secretary Dr Fox had said that trade with the EU can be "at least as free" as it is now, and that the UK would work with the World Trade Organisation on "taking an axe to red tape across borders".
The Liberal Democrats made the film in the build up to last year's general election, but the footage has never seen the light of day.Read the full story ›
Boris Johnson is behaving like Donald Trump with his use of "bluster and bravado" to ignore the truth about Brexit, Nick Clegg has warned.
The former deputy prime minister said Brexit leaders are trying to "distort their way to victory", and warned Britain faces "mass economic hardship" if it votes to leave the European Union.
Mr Clegg accused Mr Johnson, Michael Gove and Nigel Farage of being "careless elitists" putting their goals ahead of people's livelihoods.
"This debate is just too important for it to be decided by Boris acting like Donald Trump with a thesaurus," he said.
"Boris Johnson, Michael Gove, Nigel Farage and the rest might be happy to treat this campaign as if they're in an Oxford debating society, using every trick in the book to try and distract and distort their way to history.
"Boris Johnson and Michael Gove are probably the only people who think their job prospects might actually improve if we leave the EU."
In an exclusive TV interview, the editor of The Sun confirmed the newspaper knows more than it printed as he hit out at Nick Clegg.Read the full story ›