Prime Minister David Cameron said the 119 page Mid-Term Review of the Coalition's Programme for Government is a "full, frank, and completely unvarnished" assessment of how the coalition has performed and said it is a "record to be proud of."
Labour released it own "audit of broken promises" listing 40 areas in which it said the Government has failed to live up to its pledges.
Touted as a 'full, frank and unvarnished' assessment of the Coalition's progress, today's mid-term review has been dismissed by Labour.
The Coalition has published a 119-page report showing the progress made on the 399 pledges taken together in 2010. Not an easy read.