Nick Clegg: we have taken Labour's place in UK politics
The Guardian Exclusive: Liberal Democrat leader rejects tactical voting, and says the race for PM is between him and Cameron
by Patrick Wintour, Allegra Stratton and Aida Edemariam, The Guardian.
Nick Clegg today makes a bold pitch to Labour voters, claiming that the Liberal Democrats have supplanted Gordon Brown's party to become the natural home of progressive politics in Britain.
In a Guardian interview, Clegg accuses David Cameron of having no agenda for progressive reform of the country and says the Lib Dems and Labour come from the same historical tradition.
He says he is rejecting all talk of tactical voting and is instead "going for broke" to maximise his party's share of the vote.
Clegg insists that the tectonic plates of politics are shifting and the choice has distilled down to a vote for his party or a Conservative party that will "cast the country adrift".
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