The FT's Jim Pickard reports on Miliband's response to his elder brother's coded criticism of him in today's Times.
At Next Left, Sunder Katwala argues that coalition supporters should concede what the independent analysis shows; it's a clear credibility test.
In an interview with Left Foot Forward, Andrew Mitchell, International Development Secretary, insists that the left has nothing to fear from the coalition government's aid policies.
Paul Krugman explains why it's foolish to hold up Germany up as proof that austerity is good.
Channel 4's Gary Gibbon on reports that MPs have abused staff of the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority, set up to monitor their expenses.