We have the NHS and an attempt by Clegg to challenge the developments, but many feel his proposals will fall on deaf ears and that they are not addressing the entirity of the comments made at the Lib Dem conference earlier this year.
Now the Tories are on a replacement for Trident being approved immediately.
The Lib Dems are in a weak position in the Tory's eyes, and they seem intent on bullying the party, taking backbenchers comments as priorities over their coalition partners.
The threat, of course, is that if the Lib Dems were to stop these sideways attacks, the Conservatives could call an election, on the basis that the party performed so badly in local government elections this month that they would have a clear majority.
However, legislation on Fixed Term Parliaments will, in theory, prevent this.
Perhaps the Lib Dems should stand up to this blindsiding, and defend what they believe in. The self respect they would gain would be greatly beneficial and would challenge the Tories' infallibility claims. This would support them in the event the Conservatives did call an election.