Eight doctors criticise the Conservative Eastleigh by-election candidate after she claimed it would be "impossible" for her son to become a surgeon if he went to state school.
The Labour leader's speech has reminded voters of two distinctive and popular Lib Dem policies: increasing the personal allowance and introducing a mansion tax.
Voters in the by-election offer an unkind but not an uncommon account of the battle between the leaders of the two main parties.
The by-election is an important test of the party's ability under Miliband to appeal to southern voters.
With the Tories in second place in 38 of the Lib Dems' 57 seats, Labour will need to consider whether to tacitly advise its supporters to vote for Clegg's party.
The only one of the main parties with no black and minority ethnic MPs needs to promote radical solutions to racial inequality if it is to win credibility on this issue.
A half-hearted commitment to renewal would make an easy concession to Lib Dems in future coailtion talks.
Surprise defeat over press regulation will force the Tories to overturn Lords amendments in the Commons. But will Labour and the Lib Dems let them?
Twenty two Labour MPs and four Liberal Democrat MPs voted against the equal marriage bill last night.
Clegg has a chance to prove the Lib Dems won't be wiped out in 2015 and Cameron a chance to show how the Tories could win a majority.