Question from abroad:
Why would the LibDems support Cameron even though the tories are against electoral reform?
A deal might be made where the Tories offer a referendum on electoral reform, the specifics of which agreed upon across all parties, with the stipulation that the they are allowed to campaign against it.
They will also surely offer cabinet positions to the Lib Dems, including Cable as chancellor. However, the Lib Dems may prefer to stay out the firing line and come to compromises on policy instead and let the Tories govern as a minority.
It would also be seen as hypocritical of Clegg to not try and thrash out a deal with the tories considering the tories got the most votes.