With the Budget looming, Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls seeks to occupy the middle ground with a more measured approach to austerity, while Prime Minister David Cameron wants voters to see the Conservatives as the party of security.
At DeHavilland's Spring Budget Webinar, a panel of political and public affairs speakers offered their views on the Chancellor's speech. What did they have to say?
Chancellor Philip Hammond's final Spring Budget revealed a Chancellor grappling with the currents of international events and crises at home. Read DeHavilland's post-speech analysis.
"This is a Budget that puts economic security first".
The Chancellor delivered his second Budget of 2015 this week, announcing an intriguing raft of measures that had both supporters and opponents alike pronouncing upon its political intent. DeHavilland considers its contents.
With the Summer Budget, George Osborne launched a series of fresh policies to bring the books further into line. Read our analysis.
Next week will bring the second Budget of 2015, and speculation is rife about what fresh announcements the Chancellor's red briefcase will contain.
DeHavilland analyses the first Queen's Speech of the 2015 Parliament, including opposition reactions.
DeHavilland attended the Election 2015 Business Debate hosted by Grant Thornton to hear from leading party figures about their vision for the future of the British economy.
Housing continues to loom large in the pre-election debate, with both ends of the spectrum addressed through potential proposals on both social homes and the passing on of costly family properties. Elsewhere, the Liberal Democrats strike out on their own, complete with accessories.
The Conservatives risk the talons of the hawkish with a creative potential take on defence spending, while Labour publishes its pledge card and the Liberal Democrats enter the housing debate.