The further down the Conservative Party hierarchy you go, the more despondency you find.
If Cameron wants an accurate comparison for Labour's policies, he should look to modern Germany.
Labour wants to be a party of radicalism and conservatism. But will it all cohere?
Sixty two per cent of voters want the PM to say whether he will benefit from the abolition of the 50p tax rate, private polling by Labour shows.
Miliband needs an alliance for change - Greens, social liberals and trade unions.
Far beyond calls for a "responsible capitalism", Miliband should push for a "one nation market" that can really benefit the many, rather than the few.
The party's lead over the Tories rises from nine points to 14 in the first poll since the Labour leader's speech.
Labour leader says he will attend anti-austerity march on 20 October.
There is a tension between Miliband's centrist language and his left-wing policies.