To emulate the Labour government's achievements at Gleneagles in 2005, the Prime Minister needs to make progress on transparency and tax.
In response to a New Statesman freedom of information request, the government says that the release of the figures could threaten "collective responsibility".
A single parent working part-time on the minimum wage could pay £404 more in council tax from this April.
The decision to reduce the budget for council tax support by 10 per cent means low-income households face a tax increase of up to £600.
The government claims to want to reduce costs and increase quality. It can't have it both ways.
German Chancellor told Cameron before the 2010 general election: "The little party always gets smashed!"
The latest round of welfare cuts will accelerate the rise in homelessness and leave low-income families struggling to find rented accomodation.
The decision to make the next head of the No.10 Policy Unit a political appointee, rather than a civil servant, shows the PM has listened to complaints from Tory MPs.
The coalition hasn’t resolved the role the welfare system should play in supporting families with children. The impasse on childcare policy reflects this.
Ed Miliband must help shape a cross-party agreement on the civil service that turns it into a tool to support social democratic governance in the future.