In a speech in front of Scottish Liberal Democrats in Dundee this afternoon, Nick Clegg is expected to say:
I know that the fact of going into coalition with the Conservatives has been particularly controversial in Scotland.
The legacy of Margaret Thatcher's Government lingers long in the memory.
People in Scotland know that the Conservatives cannot be trusted to deliver a fairer society.
Not on their own anyway.
With only one MP in Scotland, who honestly thinks that the Conservatives on their own will stand up for you?
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