Lib Dems squeezed at PMQs
Prime Ministers' Questions today again illustrated the problem of the Liberal Democrats being squeezed by the new coalition arrangements.
Today there was just one question from a Lib Dem MP, on hill-farmers from Sir Alan Beith.
In the past the big set-piece political event of the week would see three to four Liberal Democrat questions - two automatically for the party leader, and usually one or two others for other Lib Dems.
And again David Cameron faced significant fire from the Right - on prisons from Philip Davies, and on Europe from Douglas Carswell.