Charles Kennedy: Liberal Democrats made Tories 'euro-sensible'
Former Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy said the party was not likely to have a party for its first anniversary in power, amid the current "tough times", which he described as a winter of discontent.
But he claims their influence has made the Conservatives more "euro-sensible" as they work together in the coalition government.
Andrew Neil asked why the party and leader were unpopular and if the Lib Dems could last five years in government.
15 Feb 2011
- From the section UK Politics