Tessa Evans observes how experts are lining up to distance themselves from the business Minister’s call for a renewed commitment to deregulation.

Rafael Behr suggests that the next budget will inevitably lead to the downfall of either George Osborne or Ed Balls.

Tim Montgomerie explains the fear within Tory HQ that UKIP could split the Tory vote and let Labour back into power.

He also points to increasing demands from Conservatives cabinet ministers and the Liberal Democrats for the Chancellor to go back on his ring fencing budget commitments.

Sarah Mulley argues that falling net migration may be more significant for future governments than is commonly assumed.

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