May 9 - UK Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg says the Lib Dems would provide the ''spine'' of a possible future coalition with Labour, but a partnership with any party would not result from a personal whim.
Given your differences with David Cameron on Europe. What it don't make sense to get together would -- about it. I mean I'm afraid of any of these exact some the response -- gave to you when you lost his full lost an election which is that how the next government in these countries these these full Islam is not possible. Question possible win or preference for me you David Cameron had -- up. It didn't fit for you to disarm and let me out of bed and it was very thankful -- like sometimes still hear people saying why did you not form a coalition with stripe on. Because there was no. I think way in which we didn't have a majority now a couple of reasonable Democrats and labor and he just didn't make up the majority you can have begun with a grain. All of how people about it and it was clear that the conservatives while there haven't won a majority. Got most votes -- -- seat so they -- it seems to me the democratic. Right to seek to reach out to the policies of the data and I think that's the house to be the -- fun -- -- shortly -- me that's who. Who would be a partner in terms of fighting for European reform. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I think that the Liberal Democrats provide. If you like. Tennis -- and some -- to some of the social policies in the Scottish which I think would be lucky to and so do well on the run. I think if that there was a liberal Democrat labour coalition than the Democrats would. Would would provide the -- if you like because of the labor policies patent inability to take difficult decisions to get the economy right.