Chancellor George Osborne will give cities in England the chance to take control of their own affairs - by giving them devolved powers - but only if they accept an elected mayor.
Chancellor George Osborne has promised "radical devolution" for cities to allow them to grow their local economies - but what does devolution mean? And what powers will be devolved?
The porkies have come thick and fast from all sides during this election campaign. What are the biggest fibs FactCheck has unearthed?
A week before the general election and in the week when the Tories are stressing that the economy is safe in their hands, today's figures point to a marked slowdown.
The economy finally picked up momentum in 2013. But what is worrying for George Osborne about today's GDP figures is how they suggest that momentum ebbing away over the last year.
If he did get back in, what sort of David Cameron would we see? The long gone husky-cuddling eco-warrior won't make a reappearance presumably.
Chancellor George Osborne tells Channel 4 News his party is committed to the NHS. Does that include the extra £30bn a year for the service by 2020 promised by Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt?
The Conservatives are putting their handling of the economy at the centre of the election battle. But not everything has gone according to plan.