There has been much made of an apparent difference in policy position between Chris Huhne and Nick Clegg, on the issue of Trident. You can read just some of the blog posts here, here and here.
But, so what? Last time I checked, unlike the other two parties, it was delegates voting at conference that made our policy - not the party leader.
Part of the excitement at this "disagreement" might be a desire to inject some news into what is necessarily a relatively dull - but very important - contest.
And don't get me wrong, personal policy views from candidates are interesting. And clearly the position of the party leadership does have some bearing (one way or another) on how some conference delegates vote.
But *we* make party policy, not the leader. Which is why this leadership election is about general direction and emphasis of our campaigning, yes - but, for me, largely about who is best placed to communicate *our* policies to the public.