Earlier this year the former Lib Dem chief executive Lord Rennard was told to apologise to women who complained about inappropriate behaviour: tonight, finally, he does.
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It's hard to believe that at some point in the next year or two, Lord Rennard won't try to slip back into at least one of his old roles, despite the assurances of the top brass.
The Liberal Democrats lift Lord Rennard's suspension from the party. But one alleged victim of sexual harassment, who resigned when he was not expelled, says they are failing to stand up for women.
Channel 4 can reveal that Susan Gaszczak, who holds an influential position as chair of the Lib Dems' conference committee, is tearing up her membership card.
As three women who claim to have been sexually harassed by Lord Rennard call for him to be expelled from the Lib Dems, former Liberal leader Lord Steel says he should be brought back into the fold.
Months after being asked to do so, Lib Dem peer Lord Rennard has formally apologised to the four women who accused him of inappropriate behaviour. So what will Nick Clegg do now?
The language of the Northern Ireland peace process is being used amid signs of a possible reconciliation in the Lib Dem civil war over Lord Rennard.