The fund for Council Tax Benefit will be cut by a further 8.5 per cent next year, meaning a total cut of 18.5 per cent.
There is a gulf in the quality of childcare available to parents in prosperous areas and those in deprived areas.
The 10 per cent cut to Council Tax Benefit will force many to pay the tax for the first time. It could prove the most disastrous of the coalition's welfare reforms.
The Academies Commission warns that the schools are gaming the system by holding "social" events with prospective parents and pre-admission meetings.
Grayling's reforms show the coalition hasn't learned from the failure of the Work Programme.
The government's Impact Assessment shows that the poorest 10 per cent of households lose the most from the decision to raise benefits by just 1 per cent.
Raising benefits by less than the rate of inflation is a poverty-producing policy.
Osborne's plan to cut benefits will force more of the poorest families to choose between heating and eating.
After being accused by Labour of "running scared", Cameron says "we should go on having" TV debates.
Why some Tories believe that the replacement of Clegg with Vince Cable or Tim Farron is essential to their election chances.