The Chancellor's plan to increase benefits by just 1 per cent creates an awkward dilemma for Labour and Lib Dem MPs.
False claims for the success of academies have been swallowed whole by an uncritical media.
Ed Miliband's PPS John Denham warns Labour not to assume it will be able to govern alone after the next election.
Tribal differences have obstructed progressive change in the past. They must not do so again.
Labour secured comfortable victories in yesterday's three by-elections, while the Lib Dems finished eighth in Rotherham.
We should "question whether our takeover regime is serving the best interests of our economy," says the shadow business secretary.
New data shows that the spending cuts are deepest in areas with the highest claimant count per vacancy.
The party still expects to win but is increasingly nervous about the UKIP threat.
New figures show that 8,000 millionaires will gain an average of £107,500 from the abolition of the top tax rate.
Lord Ashcroft poll shows that 56 per cent of voters would like to see a Labour-led government after the next election.