Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has today conceded that he’s even less popular amongst rank and file Liberal Democrats than he is with the public.

Abandoning the party’s long-standing policy of equidistance was always bound to cause ructions, with Scottish Liberal Democrats like Menzies Campbell and Charles Kennedy favouring a coalition with Labour. But with the Liberal Democrats’ Chief Secretary to the Treasury being the designated hatchet-man, and rumours of the LibDems most popular figure contemplating defection its little wonder that grassroots members are getting “nervous.”

Recent polls show LibDem support playing a game of limbo, posing only one quesiton: “how low can they go?!”

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  4. For god sake join the Tories get it over with, come home. whoops no thats wrong, go home you know it makes sense since you have always been a Blair look and sound alike.

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