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The Tory moderniser proposes reviving the National Liberal Party and standing joint candidates with the Conservatives.
With a £30bn funding gap, all parties need to decide whether they would raise taxes, cut spending elsewhere, or impose patient charges. But don't expect them to tell us.
The Work and Pensions Secretary claimed that "child poverty rose" under Labour; it fell by 800,000.
Before the election, Cameron said it was "a disgrace that Gordon Brown has been trying to frighten people about this", but 579 of the childrens' centres have since closed.
Those Tories calling for an increase in the 40p tax threshold should remember that only the top 14 per cent of earners pay the rate.
Having witnessed the original feud at first hand, both men are conscious of the need to avoid an irrevocable split.
Miliband's adviser Torsten Bell accidentally copied in Conservative MP James Morris, rather than the Labour pollster of the same name.
The key point about the email by a Miliband adviser describing Balls as "a nightmare" is that it was leaked in the first place.
The lowest-paid five million workers will not benefit from an increase in the income tax threshold to £10,500. Cutting VAT or National Insurance would be more progressive.
The PM says "scientists are giving us a very certain message" but will his policies match his rhetoric?