The ideological differences between the parties are greater than for decades. But their shared culture means few have noticed.
Aided by a run of good news, the PM turned every question to his advantage.
Most Conservative supporters want more immigration, not less, according to the centre-right think tank, Bright Blue.
Countering the "cost-of-living crisis".
Shadow chancellor uses his own US trip to warn that Washington is asking "Why is David Cameron proposing to take such big risks with Britain's economic future?"
Labour left out?
Both men are more the servants than the masters of their parties and face being overwhelmed by factionalism.
The Prime Minister will make a speech today launching the first of six themes for the Conservative manifesto: the deficit.
Labour leader declares that he is prepared to debate without the PM. But few believe the broadcasters will relent.