For yet another day, Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats dominate the newspaper headlines. Perhaps the most important of these is Clegg's clear hint in the Telegraph that he would find it difficult to work with Gordon Brown. Wouldn't we all. The clear expectation is that Clegg would demand Brown's head as a price of entering a Lib/Lab coalition. On the face of it, that rather spikes the Conservative argument that only a Tory vote is a vote for change and that if you vote yellow you get Brown.
However, if that indeed happened and Clegg supported a Labour coalition headed by, say, David Miliband, it would be the second time in a row that Britain got a Prime Minister it had never had a chance to vote for.
So much for the new politics, eh?
The Sun carries "revelations" about a memo from LibDem Comms supremo John Sharkey supposedly about Clegg's debate strategy. Sadly it was nothing of the sort - just hastily scribbled notes on his performance in the first debate, but with no real revelations. Pity.