Tim Montgomerie reports on a ConservativeHome survey which finds only 7% of party members feel that Cameron can win a majority at the next election.
However Mike Smithson suggests that this loss of confidence could become a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Peter Hoskin argues that politicians are yet to adequately recognise the extent to which labels of ‘left’ and ‘right’ do not meaningfully apply to the electorate.
Sam White explores the ramifications of the Office for Budget Responsibility’s extremely public rebuke to the Prime Minister.
James Forsyth asks whether the OBR’s actions may in part be motivated by an attempt to demonstrate their independence from government.