There is increasing division over the party's alleged "35% strategy".
The PM recognises how any hint that he could depart could galvanise the "No" campaign - but he is preparing for defeat.
The combined attacks by the Lib Dems and Labour are further weakening public support for Gove's project.
PM confirms the policy, championed by Boris Johnson, will appear in the next Conservative manifesto.
The party's visceral attacks on the Lib Dems show it is staking everything on a majority.
Labour knows the state isn’t perfect. But the coalition is giving power to big corporations, not to people.
"Labour will not follow the Conservative Party’s approach of first ignoring, then insulting, and then imitating UKIP."
In the latest stage of its assault on the Lib Dems, the party turns Clegg's 2010 election broadcast against him.
The inclusion of the party would help to split the left-wing vote and harm Labour and the Lib Dems.
New figures show that there has been a 59 per cent increase in working people claiming housing benefit since 2010.
The mass death penalties and the wider crackdown on the opposition cannot be tolerated.
Miliband tries to trap the coalition on the wrong side of "Generation Rent".
Transforming the right's standing among ethnic groups requires a longer march than is available in the final year of this Parliament.
Aside from his own preservation, any hint that he would depart would aid the Yes campaign.
The moment when Cameron could bring himself to worry aloud about inequality has passed.
"The welfare state is a way of alleviating poverty but it cannot be our only means of creating a fairer economy."
The party is determined to deny Clegg the chance to make a fresh appeal.
"In our globalised world renewing the country begins in local places."
The Labour leader smartly positioned himself as the defender of "Generation Rent".
The claim that the only divide that matters is between the rich and the poor ignores the unequal distribution of political power.
The Home Secretary should remember the US Supreme Court's description of making someone stateless: "a form of punishment more primitive than torture".
In Westminster, it is seats that count. And Miliband's party is still best-placed to win the most.
Business Secretary issues coded criticisim as Pfizer eyes UK tax advantages over AstraZeneca takeover.
Rather than preparing for another hung parliament, Labour is focused on "crushing" Clegg's party.
All parties should take a step back and appreciate the significant differences between these communities.
Mayor concedes "sometimes I don't go in" after being challenged by Ken Livingstone on his LBC phone-in show.
Labour has a 16-point lead over the Tories, with the Lib Dems in fifth place behind Ukip and the Greens.
By failing to ensure companies pass on the full reduction, the PM has allowed them to boost profits at the expense of the consumer.
Labour leader denounces PM for acting as a "cheerleader" for the Pfizer-AstraZeneca deal and calls for a new public interest test.
Our research demonstrates that people aren’t ready for such significant upheaval.