The shadow chancellor's latest display of fiscal responsibility is a major political gamble.
An alliance of 11 churches condemns Iain Duncan Smith and Grant Shapps for their misuse of benefit statistics.
Expect Conservative rebels to seize on the finding as proof that the party could be performing better under an alternative leader.
The PM doesn’t want to talk about the ills of lobbying any more than he wants to talk about shrinking Arctic glaciers, the “big society” or other things he once said were important.
The amendment would provide the certainty for which the energy industry is calling and keep the UK on track to meet its legally binding carbon targets at the lowest cost.
By funding higher capital spending through cuts elsewhere, Osborne will do little to boost growth. But will Labour finally make the case for borrowing for growth?
Mercer has a majority of 16,152, but UKIP won 17.1 per cent in the county council elections.
The MP, who once described Cameron as a "despicable creature", leaves the party over an alleged lobbying scandal.
Throwing rhetorical jibes at the Labour leader is a crude displacement activity that will do little to aid the Tories' cause.
In 1979, the Tories won despite Jim Callaghan's lead over Margaret Thatcher. Cameron's lead over Miliband isn't enough to guarantee Tory success.