The government claims to want to reduce costs and increase quality. It can't have it both ways.
The likely defeat of the boundary changes by Labour and the Lib Dems means the Tories will need a lead of seven points to win a majority in 2015.
Tory MPs are in no hurry to dismiss the possibility that Downing Street leaked the story to expose a small rebel cell early in its development.
Is the Chancellor hoping the public will forget he's responsible for raising taxes?
The most recent figures show that current borrowing has fallen by just 6.4 per cent since 2010, while net borrowing has fallen by 18.3 per cent.
The Chancellor faces a local revolt over the new route, which passes through his Tatton constituency.
Labour's lead falls to just six points after Cameron's EU referendum pledge but returning UKIP supporters aren't enough to transform Tory fortunes.
The next election will be decided by the economy, not by which party is the most eurosceptic.
Rachel Reeves writes to the UK Statistics Authority after Cameron claimed in a Conservative Party political broadcast that the coalition "was paying down Britain’s debts".
First poll since Cameron's EU referendum pledge shows Labour's lead has risen two points to 12.