There is no guarantee that fair distribution of opportunity will even be a factor in the election.
The lack of government legislation is so great that ministers are now constantly increasing the days allocated to Opposition motions.
The PM's piece on welfare reform makes no reference to Iain Duncan Smith's troubled programme.
The PM claims that the number of workless families "doubled" under Labour, but the figures show it fell.
The plan to demolish the award-winning primary to build a free school shows contempt for parents and for children.
The education secretary responds to the NS debate on public schools.
After Cameron's declaration that "money is no object in this relief effort", Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin insists "I don’t think it’s a blank cheque".
By insisting that he will spend "whatever money is needed" on flood relief, Cameron has undermined his claim that austerity means we must tolerate rising homelessness and poverty.
An increasing number of Labour MPs believe that the party must make an explicit case for borrowing to invest if it is to counter the Tories' attack line of choice.