Clegg in table football challenge
Nick Clegg was forced to choose between joining the red team and the blue team today.
But rather than deciding the shape of Britain's future government, this time the Liberal Democrat leader was taking sides in a table football match.
The Deputy Prime Minister was challenged to a game as he toured stalls at the party's autumn conference in Glasgow this afternoon.
He opted to play as the red team - a choice that, judging from a survey by the Lib Dem Voice website, would go down well with his rank-and-file if repeated after the next general election.
Mr Clegg brought the match to an end with the score "hung" at three all.
"A Liberal Democrat result," he said.