Contrary to Osborne's rhetoric, the vast majority of high earners paid the required amount of tax, writes Kiran Stacey at FT Westminster.
Miliband's refusal to accept an “opt-in” option for affiliated union members has left the Tories a critical opening, writes Peter Watt at Labour Uncut.
The PM could be damaged if more than half of the cities vote "no" on 3 May, says Mike Smithson at PoliticalBetting.
Voters agree with Ken's plan to cut fares but don’t believe it will happen, notes Mark Ferguson at Labour List.
The Exchequer Secretary is now the man wheeled out to explain difficult or controversial bits of economic or tax policy, notes the Telegraph's James Kirkup.