The home secretary will face her biggest public challenge of the year tomorrow when she attends the annual Police Federation conference in Bournemouth, where she is regularly greeted with heckles and boos.
Cameron does enough to alienate centrists but not enough to placate his backbenchers.
The public's patience with the government's austerity programme appears to finally be running out, after a new poll showed a majority now opposed it.
George Osborne bought himself some much-needed breathing room today, as official figures showed the economy grew by 0.3% in the first three months of the year.
The most deprived areas of the country are being hit hardest by the government's deficit reduction programme, new information from Labour suggests.
In politics there's no such thing as an indispensable man, but at the moment George Osborne is the nearest thing to it.
Disability groups warned of misery for thousands today, after the government started replacing disability living allowance (DLA) with new tests which would rule out assistance if someone can walk more than 20 metres.
The minimum wage could be cut as part of efforts to reinvigorate the economy, the prime minister's spokesman has admitted.
The chancellor fiddles while Britain burns.
The chancellor's strange combination of nervousness and indignation finally gets the better of him.
George Osborne is set to test Albert Einstein's definition of insanity as "doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results" when he delivers his fourth Budget later today.
The closest Lib Dems get to conspiracy is a chat about Blackburn Rovers.
George Osborne's autumn statement was in danger of falling apart today, after the sell-off of the 4G mobile phone licenses raised just £2.3 billion - significantly less than the £3.5 billion predicted by the government.
A damning new report on the performance of the Treasury has found its own accounts are "impenetrable" and it cannot explain the results of £375 billion spent in quantitative easing.
Ed Miliband will make a concerted effort to counter the accusation he has no policies today, with three keynote speeches expected to fight for the news agenda.
Fears of a triple-dip recession faded this morning, when the Bank of England's official growth forecast suggested the UK economy was improving slightly.
A government scheme which forced a woman to work for Poundland without pay was unlawful, the court of appeal found today.
George Osborne was the subject of another whispering campaign today, as the chancellor was increasingly singled out for criticism for Britain's economic stagnation.
David Cameron misled the nation when he used a party political broadcast to say the coalition was "paying back Britain's debts", the chair of the UK Statistics Authority said today.
Ed Miliband put in a predictable and unconvincing performance, but by the time he had left the Chamber, he had stuck in a pin in David Cameron's EU balloon.
The chancellor needs to stop using the autumn statement as a second Budget, an influential committee of MPs said today.
Serious doubts were raised on the financial viability of building a new hub airport in London today, after an influential committee of MPs said it would require an injection of taxpayer funds.
Even the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is demanding the chancellor adopt a 'Plan B' for the economy, leaving George Osborne with precious few allies left on the international stage.
The coalition is gearing up to begin plotting detailed spending cuts extending into the next parliament - despite figures out today showing another setback for its deficit reduction agenda.
Nick Clegg makes us laugh. At him. But it's a start.