The media seem to love running stories when Nick Clegg had to go back on what he said at the leaders debate because of compromising within a coalition. I wonder why David Cameron isn't getting as much heat for what he said, even though his reneging is all down to his own party:
For the record, I don't think what was proposed was ideal, but it was a damn sight better than what we currently have. To my mind failing to reform the Lords is the single biggest failure of the Coalition to date - something all leaders agreed should happen in the leaders debate and the three parties all had in their manifesto, but unable to provide a compromise. Basically it is times like this that I hate politics.
I know I'm a little behind the times talking about the Lord's, but I didn't really have time to write about it previously and that's why the post is so short!