We should shift spending over time from paying benefits to young people because they haven’t got skills and work - and instead investing in them so they do.
The party isn't planning to "scrap benefits for under-25s". It's planning to guarantee them work or training.
"We are the party of aspiration on the side of those working hard to succeed."
To deal with complex problems, we need a complete reconfiguration of public services, with a shift from the 'delivery state' to the 'relational state'.
Plus: Chris Patten downplays the BBC pay-off scandal and slams Grant Shapps for "exceptionally ill-judged" licence fee attack.
"No frontline cuts", "no top-down NHS reorganisations", "no VAT rise" - why the Conservatives are trying to erase all pre-May 2010 speeches and press releases from the internet.
It turns out that Cameron isn't the "most transparent" leader ever after all.
Regular pay rose by just 0.8% in the most recent quarter, the lowest figure on record, and a real-terms cut of 1.4%.
30 per cent of MPs support a ban on polling for a "defined period" before general elections, with backing for the proposal strongest among Labour.
A source close to the Lib Dem president says he will vote against the government after party members "expressed their will very strongly against the Bedroom Tax".
The PM's spokesman said "what counts is not where you come from but where you are going", but Gove says: "He's right. It's an inescapable fact."
The punitive penalty presents appalling dilemmas for vulnerable families. Ministers should finally accept that they have lost the argument.
The rebel Lib Dem says the policy is "Dickensian in its social divisiveness" and "victimises the most marginalised".
While shifting the debate towards green levies, the Big Six have remained much quieter about their healthy profits.
The PM's vision of a permanently "leaner" state is a grim prospect for those reliant on public services and the welfare state to maintain an adequate standard of living.
A significant rise in rates by 2017 would leave more than a million households spending more than half of their income on debt repayment.
The shadow education secretary must learn from Gove's mistakes and outline a curriculum that goes beyond memorisation and teaching to exams.
Why does a scheme supposedly designed to help first-time buyers offer taxpayer-backed mortgages for properties worth up to £600,000?
With 25 appearances by Nigel Farage on Question Time and more than 23,000 press mentions, UKIP is attracting historically unprecedented levels of coverage for a minor party.
The distribution of power that the former PM laments was created by the surge in inequality under the Conservatives in the 1980s.
Promising an in/out vote would shift the debate back onto Tory territory and allow Cameron to claim that Miliband is dancing to his tune.
Arguing that the party will be "tougher than the Tories" risks letting the Conservatives back into the game.
Rather than pandering to the UKIP leader, Soubry declared on Question Time: "You do not talk facts, you talk prejudice."
The threat by Nissan to withdraw from Britain if the UK leaves the EU shows how the Tories' euroscepticism pulls against their emphasis on stability.
"Labour has too often renounced the transformative in favour of the transactional."
Even a million new homes over five years won't be enough. The UK needs 1.5 million just to meet need.
Rather than approaching our relationship with Russia from a humanitarian or social perspective, we should move past this web of irritants and seek a deeper arrangement.
The party's new attack video shows how it will maximise the damage for the PM by reminding voters how he promised in 2010 to protect the health service.
All too often events aimed at remembering the victims casually morph into uncritical reverence of the First World War.