The planned £3bn cut in benefits is designed to force Labour to say which taxes it would raise or which cuts it would make.
"Look at what you would've won" is a fruitless strategy for the Tories at their conference; the Lib Dems' plummet in popularity is still a worthwhile price to pay for what the coalition has achieved.
Tax revenues flowing into the Treasury would make a big difference to the amount of spending cuts needed.
The Chancellor says that a vote on Britain's EU membership would be unwhipped for Conservative backbench MPs.
PM's attack on "complete shower of an opposition" recalls Blair's final speech as Labour leader.
Conservative HQ is very concerned about Ukip "piling on the pressure" for another Tory MP to defect.
Gordon Henderson MP once said the politician he most admires is Nigel Farage; there are many signs that point to him being the next defector.
The former Tory party leader, who is standing down in 2015, gave some advice to his party in his last conference speech.
The Tories need to play on the fact that Ukip is still not a credible party.
The disgraced minister for civil society was a founder of the Tory campaign Women2Win.
A reduction in the cap from £26,000 to £23,000 would dramatically increase child poverty.
Rochester and Strood MP says the Conservative leadership "aren't serious about the change that I think this country needs."
There simply isn’t much room for the party to grow on the right.
Those who voted against military action included 24 from Labour and six Tories.
Will a vote on action in Syria be next?
Who is he and what does he stand for?
Will there be by-election blues in Heywood and Middleton for Labour?
How it feels to watch the news and see that your old school friends are jihadists fighting with Islamic State.
Ideas well to the left of the Labour party are not compatible with Ukip's traditional libertarian selling point.
Ukip's tax announcements are ostensibly to help blue-collar workers, but the wealthy would gain the most from them.
Ukip will throw the kitchen sink at coastal towns next year, such as South Thanet, Folkestone and Skegness. How to dodge the purple rosette?
The campaign that British MPs are being asked to join will almost certainly be ineffective, carry on for years and cost us billions of pounds.
The PM believes that there is "no legal barrier" to action, but wants to "proceed on the basis of consensus".
Today, parliament will vote on the UK using airstrikes against Islamic State in Iraq.
New York mayor met the shadow London minister for 45 minutes before he addressed the Labour conference.
The housing market today is unbearable, and if Ed Miliband doesn’t get that, I suggest he signs up for a few more empathy lessons.
Democracy shouldn't make you pick sides.
Sky News political correspondent Sophy Ridge on the insidious impact on democracy of young people switching off from the voting process.
Labour responds to the Sun's frontpage "snub".
Patriotism being bandied about.