The Guardian: Rising stars of 2015
Daily Mail: Call for laws to help grandparents who prop up our families after report reveals quarter now spends time caring for grandchildren
The Times: Grammar school revival attacked by Gove allies
The Telegraph: Let working grandparents take their children's parental leave allowance, says thinktank
The Guardian: David Cameron's immigration speech - as it happened
BBC News: 'Conservatives should back votes for 16-year-olds'
The Huffington Post: Ex-Minister urges Cameron to 'move on' from immigration after speech
PoliticsHome: Green urges Cameron to modernise
Herald Scotland: MP: teenage vote can counter Ukip threat
Western Morning News: Conservatives urged to give 16-year-olds the vote to counter UKIP
The Telegraph: The Tories need to win over young people who are 'relaxed about drugs, sex and alcohol', says Damian Green
The Independent: Jubilant Ukip sets its sights on balance of power after Rochester and Strood victory
The Telegraph: The Tories can't woo Ukip voters and ethnic minorities at the same time
Conservative Home: The Tories cannot forget the Great promise that they made
Conservative Home: Osborne should cut National Insurance for poorer workers
The Guardian: How will 'super diversity' affect the future of British politics?
The Guardian: Tories pledge tax cuts to follow welfare cuts
Cosmopolitan: Are the Tories dealing with their 'women problem'?
New Statesman: Minority retort: the Tories are looking to a future without the Lib Dems
GQ Magazine: How to survive political party conferences
Times Higher Education: Tory conference: 'Many universities aren't teaching anybody anything’
London Evening Standard: Cutting benefits cap 'will leave London as ghetto for the rich'
The Independent: Tory modernisers attempt to stop local pacts with Ukip candidates
New Statesman: Greg Barker: the loyal Cameroon
Nusery World: Childcare loan scheme could help businesses keep staff
London Evening Standard: Matthew d'Ancona: The Tory Right's antics could ruin Conservative hopes
New Statesman: Ethnic minorities mean John Major would not win today
Huffington Post: Nick Clegg In Bold Call For Radical Overhaul Of 'Utterly Senseless' Drug Laws
Times Higher Education: David Willetts' loan book plan: smart business or half-baked?
New Statesman: The reshuffle prepared the Tories for battle. But what does Cameron stand for beyond a desire to win?
The Guardian: Nicky Morgan completes rapid rise to Cameron's top team
Progress Online: March of the modernisers
The Journal: It's lonely up North, admits Conservative MP Guy Opperman
The Guardian: Tory Minister says party is performing appallingly among ethnic minorities
Conservative Home: Chloe Smith MP: The economy. Education. Intergenerational issues. The most important ones for young people.
Policy Exchange: What should the political parties promise on education in 2015?
Progress Online: What is the Tories’ blueprint for winning?
Progress Online: All change
The Times: Tories talk of further curbs on immigrants as Ukip gains sink in
Times Higher Education: Ukip could 'challenge the agenda of higher education expansion'
Progress: The modernisers’ manifesto
The New Statesman: The Tories' minorities push has come too late to help them in 2015
The Times Higher Education: Think tank adds to pressure to take students out of net migration figures
Politics.co.uk: Ethnic minorities soar in number - and they don't vote Tory
The Spectator: Why policy wonks love Milton Keynes
Conservative Home: The economy may be growing, but it still isn't nearly fixed
Voice of Russia: Modern Conservatives: Has Cameron managed to galvanise the Tories?
The Huffington Post: Simpering Tories Still Have a Bad Smell, Warns Former David Cameron Adviser
The Huffington Post: Cannabis Legalisation In The UK: Campaigners Welcome Tory Think-Tank's To Ease Britain's Drug Law
The Telegraph: Prime Minister must stop fighting 'futile' war on drugs
Daily Mail: Time to surrender in the 'futile' war on drugs, Tory modernisers tell Cameron in attempt to lift party's appeal to young voters
Politics.co.uk: Tories urge Cameron to surrender the war on drugs
The Guardian: Labour argument on NHS trusts branded puerile by ex-No 10 adviser
The Independent: Tory think-tank pushes for easing of cannabis laws to be cornerstone of party's election manifesto
The Guardian: Ukip condemned by cross-party group for running 'racist' campaign
The Sunday Times: Tory party shortlists ‘need more women’
The Telegraph: Reassurance - not revolution - is the Tory mantra for 2015
NurseryWorld: Pupil premium extended to early years as tax-free childcare scheme expands
Children Young People Now: Better school-to-work links urged
NurseryWorld: Childcare fees now higher than mortgage, but rise slows
NurseryWorld: New study shows shortfalls for twos places
The Economist: A syndical ploy
Progress: House of cards
The Guardian: Andrew Mitchell urges Tories to engage black and minority ethnic voters
ConservativeHome: Nicky Morgan has a point
The Telegraph: The real reasons female Tory MPs are quitting Parliament
The Telegraph: MPs are useless? Not this time
The Telegraph: The politics of hate and the Conservative Party
Daily Mail: Tories cannot win if we just 'hate' everything and everyone, Treasury minister warns
The Independent: Conservative Party must explain what it 'actually stands for,' says rising star
The Telegraph: Tories need less 'hate' to win election, says minister
The Huffington Post: Tory Message Needs Less 'Hate' To Win In 2015, Says Treasury Minister
The New Statesman: On this week's New Statesman Podcast: Episode Thirty-One
The Guardian: Minimum wage should rise but not at the cost of jobs, says George Osborne
ConservativeHome: The pressure is on for a Minimum Wage rise – but is it the right thing to do?
Financial Times: So you want to increase the minimum wage?
The Times: Minimum wage rise could be a Tory winner
The Guardian: Lib Dems accuse Tories of 'nicking' party's policy on low wages
The Guardian: Conservative party: low politics on the high wire
The Guardian: 'We must not pander to Ukip': moderate Tories challenge drift to right