The cases of Anjem Choudary and the English Defence League show the need for broadcasters to explain the dilemmas clearly and how they seek to resolve them.
If measures designed to tackle low pay and reduce rents fail to make sufficient progress, the danger is that families will be further impoverished.
The speech successfully addressed two of the biggest grievances with the system: "the something for nothing" problem and "the nothing for something" problem.
The Deputy PM says it is "flatly wrong" to say he approved the changes and that the coalition only agreed to a consultation.
In his speech on welfare, Miliband will announce that Labour would cap "structural welfare spending" and will criticise those "who could work and aren’t doing so".
The welfare line that Miliband is going to take owes a lot to the work that Liam Byrne has been doing.
Contrary to Cameron's assertion at PMQs, Miliband said last month: "we will always be protecting the health service".
The Labour leader refused to rise to Cameron's child benefit jibes and left the PM struggling to explain away the A&E crisis.
A new form of candidate selection would help the UK to emulate the US's more representative system.
The party believes in shifting spending from universal benefits such as child benefit and the winter fuel allowance to services such as childcare and social care.
While Miliband once said he would "keep the 50p rate permanently", Balls says he would "rather get tax rates down".
By tapping into the expertise, resources and innovation of the private and voluntary sector, the government is bringing a fresh approach to rehabilitation.
Have they passed the Question Time test?
The amendment would provide the certainty for which the energy industry is calling and keep the UK on track to meet its legally binding carbon targets at the lowest cost.
Andy Burnham says Chris Skidmore's comments were "beneath contempt" after GPs' head rejects claim that migrants are to blame for the "massive increase" in waiting times.
Confronted by the Tories' cynical manoeuvres, Labour should defend union funding as the most open and democratic source of money in politics.
A two-tier system of benefits for job seekers, with higher entitlements for those with strong work records, could be funded by reducing spending on mortgage interest.
The Chancellor's plans will cost bill payers £25bn more in the 2020s than developing low-carbon energy and breach the UK's climate change targets.
Free schools, Police and Crime Commissioners, Titan prisons and army admirals are targeted for cuts.
Former cabinet minister tells The Staggers that the move "raises the question of whether Labour is really going to offer an alternative".
Not only will Labour be unable to reverse the coalition's cuts, it will have to make its own.
Balls's announcement is an attempt to exploit the divide between the Tories and Lib Dems on this issue and to demonstrate his commitment to fiscal discipline.
Pushing the poorest people to borrow money to pay their rent, and far beyond their means, forces our social problems under the carpet.
By funding higher capital spending through cuts elsewhere, Osborne will do little to boost growth. But will Labour finally make the case for borrowing for growth?
Mercer has a majority of 16,152, but UKIP won 17.1 per cent in the county council elections.
We shouldn't allow the experience of Iraq to prejudice us against intervention in every other case.
The MP, who once described Cameron as a "despicable creature", leaves the party over an alleged lobbying scandal.
Having once implored BNP members to avoid marches, Griffin is losing a race to the bottom.
Throwing rhetorical jibes at the Labour leader is a crude displacement activity that will do little to aid the Tories' cause.
In 1979, the Tories won despite Jim Callaghan's lead over Margaret Thatcher. Cameron's lead over Miliband isn't enough to guarantee Tory success.