In a speech today, Prime Minister David Cameron will establish key dividing lines with Labour over policy and the direction of the coalition government.
He is to say:
We have identified, very clearly, our key areas of national weakness compared to the rest of the world.
One - our debt-fuelled, unbalanced economy. Two - our bloated welfare system. Three - our under-performing education system.
These are the priorities that define and drive our domestic agenda. A stronger economy. Welfare that works. A world-class education system. And we are pursuing them with ruthless ambition for everyone in this country.
Mr Cameron will cite changes to the planning system, the welfare shake-up and restrictions on non-EU migration among the coalition's achievements.
More top news
A funeral is to be held outside in the US state of Georgia for Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of the late Whitney Houston and Bobbi Brown.
Experts have warned that Ash dieback's impact on millions of trees could have serious consequences for the landscape and wildlife.
White House officials said that the US intelligence community has confirmed the death of Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Omar.