By Dan Holden - 27 September 16:23
The rush of policy announcements at conference seemed to miss out the area where change has been greatest.
By Rafael Behr - 27 September 13:45
The Labour leader is right to make defending consumers a mission of the left. But that means tackling failed state services too.
By Vidhya Alakeson - 27 September 12:00
The party needs to show how new 'guarantees' will be delivered. If not, the Tories, with their offer of more money in parents’ pockets, could win the all-important female vote.
By James Bloodworth - 27 September 10:24
In whipping itself into a frenzy over Miliband’s plan to freeze energy prices, the right has turned a blind eye to mounting revulsion over private firms.
By George Eaton - 27 September 9:15
Conservative group Renewal's pledge card calls for an increase in the minimum wage, the building of one million homes, free party membership for trade unionists and action against "rip-off companies".
By Chris Leslie - 26 September 17:12
Cameron and Osborne are more concerned with defending bumper bonuses for bankers than measures to tackle the cost of living crisis.
By Richard Morris - 26 September 16:43
With Labour preaching socialism and the Tories chasing after UKIP, Clegg will be rather pleased with how things have turned out.
By George Eaton - 26 September 15:59
The former PM's silence is evidence of his scepticism.
By Stephen Twigg - 26 September 13:52
Market failure in tough times should not simply be shrugged off. Our political opponents’ scaremongering is a sign of our strength.
By George Eaton - 26 September 10:58
The Labour leader's supposedly "left-wing" policies are supported by the overwhelming majority of voters.
By George Eaton - 26 September 7:54
Around half of the survey took place before Miliband's speech but Labour is already seeing the benefits from its time in Brighton.
By Tom Burke - 25 September 16:33
Lack of competition and transparency has created an unfair market that consumers don’t trust, says former Conservative special adviser Tom Burke.
By George Eaton - 25 September 16:08
The Labour leader says the debates should be "just like at the last general election", appearing to rule out the participation of Nigel Farage.
By Andy McDonald - 25 September 14:13
Were trade unions threatening to plunge the country into darkness, Cameron would be calling in the troops.
By Ivan Lewis - 25 September 13:44
In contrast to Labour's legacy on international development, the Prime Minister has failed to put the work in to deliver radical change for developing countries.
By George Eaton - 25 September 13:02
Voters rate action to reduce household bills above tax cuts, wage rises, more affordable housing and more affordable childcare.
By George Eaton - 25 September 9:25
Unlike on previous occasions, when he has struggled to flesh out the meaning of his cerebral speeches, the Labour leader has signature policies that he is prepared to defend.
By George Eaton - 25 September 7:55
The Labour leader's new motif, "Britain can do better than this", is an echo of the title of the party's 1997 manifesto: "Britain deserves better".
By George Eaton - 24 September 18:11
He should learn from Gordon Brown's mistake and have the courtesy to get the Lib Dems' name right.
By New Statesman - 24 September 17:27
"To make Britain better we have got to win a race to the top, not a race to the bottom."
By George Eaton - 24 September 16:56
The Tories' natural aversion to price controls means they will struggle to support a cap, leaving Miliband free to present Cameron as siding with the companies over the consumers.
By Tim Finch - 24 September 11:15
The policy will help drive a sustainable, jobs-rich, wage-enhancing recovery and convince the public that Labour is listening to its concerns about immigration.
By George Eaton - 24 September 8:57
The architect of High Speed 2 and the head of Labour's growth review says that Ed Balls's threat to withdraw support for the project has "raised the bar".
By George Eaton - 23 September 23:30
A mass housebuilding programme designed to stimulate growth and employment, and limit price rises, could be the game-changer Labour so badly needs.
By George Eaton - 23 September 17:06
After months of rumours that he's set for the chop, the shadow work and pensions secretary threw blow after blow at the Tories.
By George Eaton - 23 September 14:04
Andrew Adonis, the head of Labour's growth review and the architect of the project, has warned that cancelling the programme would be an "act of national self-mutilation".
By Andrew Harrop - 23 September 10:45
Osborne's instinct will be to use the extra revenue for faster deficit reduction or tax cuts. But Labour can argue for an alternative centred around investment.
By George Eaton - 23 September 8:53
The party says the proposal, reportedly considered by Jon Cruddas, is "not part of the policy review" after opponents label it a "jab tax".
By George Eaton - 23 September 0:42
Osborne is determined to claim that there is a "black hole" in Labour's spending plans, whatever the Office for Budget Responsibility may say.
By Luciana Berger - 22 September 17:48
Our pledge to provide all parents with access to childcare through their school from 8am-6pm will give men and women equal opportunity to succeed in the workplace.