After a perfectly-scripted joke from the Labour leader on alcohol pricing, the PM never recovered.
"Tax increases and spending cuts reduce economic growth", Office for Budget Responsibility head tells Cameron in letter.
The PM and the Business Secretary are making diametrically opposed arguments on borrowing for growth.
After the Business Secretary's dramatic suggestion that the government should borrow for growth, the PM will denounce those who would "plunge us back into the abyss".
The PM has left it too late to reframe the debate over the welfare cut, not least with a phrase as clunky as his.
Outside the Westminster wrestling ring and town hall terrains, there is no left-wing or right-wing.
Former chief whip says there's a "very important job" to be done and confirms that he has met with David Cameron.
Conservatives set to announce plans to leave the European Convention on Human Rights and restrict access to the NHS for immigrants.
It will terrify Cameron that even after making so many concessions to the right, the Tories were still beaten by UKIP.
After claiming that Cameron was "scraping the barrel" by quoting the NS, the Labour leader was promptly reminded that it endorsed his leadership.