Nick Clegg urges Lib Dems to 'hold heads high'
The Liberal Democrats will go to the next election with their "heads held high", Nick Clegg has said.
He told his party conference in Glasgow he would not "seek to distance" the Lib Dems from the coalition's record.
The deputy prime minister attacked the "bitter tribalism" of British politics and told activists in Glasgow the party had to "make our voice heard".
He also announced the first national waiting time targets for people with mental health problems.
The BBC's political editor Nick Robinson's reports.
08 Oct 2014