1. Keep him at Environment
This would be a calculated insult. If he had won 60-40 he could have got away with it. Not now. Huhne would turn it down.
2. Home Affairs
This would give him a huge profile as Home Affairs is the portfolio which involves a huge number of media appearances. It's what Clegg ought to offer, but I doubt whether he will. If he did, Huhne should accept with alacrity.
3. Foreign Affairs
Huhne couldn't turn this portfolio down, but it would effectively sideline him unless he manages to keep climate change as part of it. If I were Nick Clegg, this is what I would offer him.
It's the portfolio Huhne wants, and his vote share ought to guarantee it. However, there's just one small problem. Vince Cable. He ain't movin'.
Clegg should have quote a dramatic reshuffle of the rest of his team. Out with the old, in with the new. He should keep Vince Cable where he is, but despacth the lacklustre Foreign Affairs spokesman... see, you don't know who he is, do you? He's Michael Moore. No, not that one. THIS one. In addition, Don Foster, Andrew Stunnell and Roger Williams should all be sacked. Nick Harvey, Norman Baker and Simon Hughes might all feel under threat. Sarah Teather should also be fired, but I doubt whether she will be.
Those Clegg should bring in include Jo Swinson, Jeremy Browne, Martin Horwood, Stephen Williams and Jenny Willott. All able people and all very media friendly. I expect him to promote Julia Goldsworthy, Ed Davey and Steve Webb.
Paul Linford offers his thoughts HERE.