Just as the midnight oil burns out, the Lib Dems have finally agreed to a coalition deal with the Tories. Speaking in Transport House, Nick Clegg confirmed that the parliamentary party and federal executive had "overwhelmingly accepted" the deal. And ... well, that was it, really. There were few other specifics from the new Deputy Prime Minister. No confirmations of other Cabinet positions, no firm indications about the Lib-Con policy trade-offs – just "thanks and admiration" for Gordon Brown, and a few assurances that the new government would work towards "fair" ends, even though " there will, of course, be problems". I'm sure that full details will emerge in the morning. For now, it's worth getting some sleep – and then let's see what tomorrrow brings.