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George Eaton (@georgeeaton) is editor of The Staggers blog
By the end of the Labour leader's assault over energy prices, the PM looked like a beaten boxer waiting desperately for the bell.
The cap is less a serious act of policy than a political weapon designed to trap Labour on the wrong side of the argument and to demonise the unemployed.
The spike in tax receipts was caused by individuals deferring income and bonuses to benefit from the new 45p rate, not a surge in earnings.
By rejecting Miliband's proposed price freeze and calling for an "emergency excess profits tax" on the energy companies, the former PM has pointed the way forward for the Tories.
The smaller the deficit becomes, the harder it will be for the Conservatives to make it the defining economic issue. Labour can continue to shift the debate to living standards.
Contrary to the media scare stories, the actual cost of "health tourism" is estimated at £70m, just 0.06% of the NHS's annual budget.
A new poll shows that the party, currently the largest on Brighton council, has been pushed into third place behind Labour and the Tories.
The PM's spokesman merely says that the agreement on a new nuclear power station is "a very important announcement".
After denouncing Labour's proposed two-year price freeze as "socialism", the government has just guaranteed EDF and Chinese state investors prices for 35 years.
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.