In January, Tory strategists briefed that Cameron would distance the party from Enoch Powell's toxic legacy but we've heard nothing since.
Miliband is running out of time to convince voters that he offers something better than the Tories' pessimism.
The Tories are starting to notice Labour’s higher levels of local organisation.
The truth is that migrants contribute far more in taxes than they receive in benefits and services.
But why didn't the PM answer himself?
Both parties’ interests lie in the Conservatives' campaign strategist sticking around. He can't win over the liberal voters the Tories need for victory.
Including, who decides what counts as 'pornography', what happens when people 'opt-in' and what about page 3?
The Tories say Labour are wasting their time attacking the PM's campaign strategist. Well, they would, wouldn't they.
During a visit to the Olympic park, the PM is asked: "why are you privatising the NHS? Why are you lying to the British people?"
Whether Cameron is prepared to say whether he discussed tobacco policy with his campaign strategist is turning into a test of his honesty and integrity.