The party that triumphs in 2015 will be that which seeks to address its weaknesses, rather than merely playing to its strengths.
Cameron and Osborne should be wary of defining socialism so broadly as to encompass any political resentment of a complacent corporate status quo.
The PM dismissed Miliband's ideas as a mixture of cheap gimmickry and dangerous socialism. But with the market failing to deliver for the majority, the voters may not.
Claire Perry glosses over the problem that she and other Conservatives face when talking about women and politics - they voted for the policies that have hit women's lives the hardest.
Including, his parents were non-Tory voters and Gordon Brown is the only politician "he found it impossible to have a civil relationship with".
The Justice Secretary's assault on the Human Rights Act is legally illiterate and betrays a breathtaking ignorance of our history.
Once one party manages to unify pragmatic and more ideological support, the other will be locked out.
The UKIP leader's figure is "spot on", says Conservative MP Philip Hollobone.
The Tories' plans mean that tax giveaways can only be funded by even deeper cuts somewhere else. Labour should take a different path.
If the Labour leader is a Marxist, so are most of the public. They recognise that the market isn't working for the majority.