I don't know whether I will ever go back on to the front, but don't rush me.
The Deputy Prime Minister will present a bill that is rambling, over-inflated, illogical and ridiculously cumbersome - funny coincidence, that.
Wouldn't it be better to have a watertight law designed to catch the guilty, rather than a press release law designed to catch the headlines?
We think a great crisis is coming for Europe. The last thing Britain should do is associate ourselves with the fastest shrinking part of the world economy.
We have to face the reality of climate change. It is arguably the biggest threat we are facing today.
It would have been a major disaster if the bag had fallen open.
Our relationship with the United States is central to our foreign policy and ought to be one of a deep and enduring partnership.
The most expensive haircut I ever had cost ?10.
Maybe I wasn't as driven by politics as I thought I was.
There is a choice. There is no excuse for giving up on Britain. We are surrendering to the European Union our ability to run our own affairs.
Remember the No campaign is Conservative people, Labour people, people of no party.
Time is not on Gaddafi's side. People ask about the exit strategy. It's Colonel Gaddafi who needs an exit strategy because this pressure will only mount and it will be intensified over the coming days and weeks.
I'm not, nor is anybody I know in government part of a nasty right wing clique.
The appalling crackdown that we witnessed in Hama and other Syrian cities on 30 and 31 July only erode the regime's legitimacy and increase resentment. In the absence of an end to the senseless violence and a genuine process of political reform, we will continue to pursue further EU sanctions.
Unless there is meaningful change in Syria and an end to the crackdown, President Assad and those around him will find themselves isolated internationally and discredited within Syria.