A little noticed piece of DWP research shows that four out of five claimants spent at least three quarters of the past four years off unemployment benefit.
It is the sense of chronic impermanence in Downing Street that fuels leadership speculation.
What the Tories' latest PPB didn't mention: the UK has grown at a slower rate than every G20 country except Italy and Japan.
Eighty one per cent say that Osborne should spend less time working as the Tories' chief election strategist and more time on "fixing the economy".
In addition to "administration and staff costs", the Department for Education spent thousands of pounds on developing the GCSE replacement.
Former Conservative defence secretary calls for greater spending cuts and tax cuts, including the temporary abolition of capital gains tax.
Labour would win a majority of 84 by gaining 93 seats off the Tories and 13 off the Lib Dems. But remember: it's a snapshot, not a prediction.
The long economic stagnation of post-crisis Britain.
Outside the Westminster wrestling ring and town hall terrains, there is no left-wing or right-wing.
New polling shows that 49% would not consider voting Lib Dem, compared to 43% who would not consider voting Conservative.