Unlike Thatcher in the 1980s, the current Conservative Party does not enjoy the advantage of a divided left.
The PM is inching towards a sceptical but engaged role in Europe. But his MPs won't be bought off.
To be pro-European is not to endorse each and every proposal of the Brussels apparat.
A nasty slice of sexism from Labour MP Austin Mitchell.
Even if the majority of voters support the policy, those who don't could yet hurt the Tories.
The party still won't admit that Cameron is including 196,000 posts reclassified from the public sector.
The US has grown by 2.3 per cent in the last year, while the UK has remained flat.
How the PM is misleading voters about the government's economic record.
The month-by-month figures show that the labour market is weaker than commonly thought.
The elections offer little more than an expensive way of leaving us all more disillusioned.