Deputy PM contradicts Simon Hughes and says "savings" can be made.
The PM described it as a benefit for the unemployed. But most new claims are made by in-work households.
The Chancellor launched attack after attack on Labour, but where was the plan for growth?
New poster mocks Tory election line, stating: "I'm cutting the NHS. Not the deficit."
Borrowing in August reached a record high of £14.41bn.
Lib Dem leader may agree to Osborne's benefits freeze in exchange for a wealth tax.
Osborne's plan to break the link with inflation is neither economically wise nor socially just.
The number who want higher spending, even with higher taxes, has risen for the first time in nine years.
Romney and Ryan don’t have a credible economic plan.