The Tories' attempts to pin the blame for NHS failings on the former health secretary are both politically unwise and unmerited by the facts.
The measure proposed by the 40 Group of Tory MPs will do little to reduce the welfare bill, while further stigmatising an already marginalised group.
The decision to only provide help with childcare costs to those paying income tax means work will not pay for 900,000 families.
Labour and Conservative MP Sarah Wollaston argue that the Tory strategist, whose company has close links to the tobacco industry, is to blame for the decision.
The paper admits it was wrong to state that 878,000 people on incapacity benefit dropped their claims, rather than face a new medical assessment.
Blair was able to win more support for a full-scale invasion than Cameron can for arming a rebel group.
The growing strength of the Tory right and the anti-austerity left suggests our stable, predictable system of party politics may be coming to an end.
Many opposition MPs are persuaded by the case for making a virtue of necessity: resolve the issue and expose Tory divisions.
A £3,000 visitor bond will hurt the poorest families, while doing nothing to deal with illegal immigration.
"Health tourism" currently costs £12m, just 0.01 per cent of the NHS budget. The new crackdown could cost far more.