When Cameron derides Miliband for not wanting to talking about the economy, he forgets that, for most voters, living standards are the economy.
The Labour leader's first major speech since his conference address will coincide with Living Wage Week.
The PM raised his game but he is still struggling to change the subject.
As Miliband's energy price freeze continues to dominate debate, the party's lead has risen significantly, with a nine-point advantage today.
Cameron's hope is that warnings of a "cost of living crisis" will fade as higher growth translates into higher wages. But Labour remains sceptical.
Labour won no credit when it tried to mimic Osborne's inheritance tax cut in 2007. The Chancellor is determined not to fall into the same trap with Miliband's gambit.
By the end of the Labour leader's assault over energy prices, the PM looked like a beaten boxer waiting desperately for the bell.
Labour leader says Cameron has gone from "hug a hoodie" to "wear a hoodie" after Downing Street suggests consumers should consider wearing jumpers to reduce their energy bills.
The One Nation group will seek to "outride" for the Labour leader's ideas and demonstrate that the party has moved into a post-Blairite/Brownite era.
Miliband's net satisfaction rating rises by 23 points in the latest Ipsos MORI poll but the Tories are now tied with Labour on 35%.