There's no evidence for his claim that 8,000 people moved into work as a result of the benefit cap but he "believes" it regardless.
Including why an out-of-work family is never better off than an in-work family, why it will cost more than it saves and why it will increase homelessness.
The New Statesman contributor is chosen to contest the marginal seat currently held by John Denham.
Miliband predicts that there will not be a coalition government after the next election and says this could be "a great prize for the Tories".
The full text of the former foreign secretary's final speech before he leaves for New York to become head of the International Rescue Committee.
For a leader who clearly favours consensus over conflict, Miliband will need to get used to saying 'no' to groups and lobbies who have previously enjoyed an easy ride with Labour.
The decision to only provide help with childcare costs to those paying income tax means work will not pay for 900,000 families.
To recover from the longest crisis of living standards in memory, we must address fundamental questions around ownership and democracy.
One radical option under discussion is to merge the role of election co-ordinator with that of policy co-ordinator.
The party's membership has risen by a remarkable 8,500 since March.
The party celebrates after winning a seat off the Greens in one of the safest wards in Lucas's constituency.
High-quality childcare should be seen by government as an issue for business and a key infrastructure priority. But ministers have nothing to say on the subject.
Labour and Conservative MP Sarah Wollaston argue that the Tory strategist, whose company has close links to the tobacco industry, is to blame for the decision.
From the Levellers to Orwell, from the Quakers to Tawney, radicals can take inspiration from a hugely impressive tradition of English social radicalism.
Had MPs' votes been treated in the same way as party members', Ed Miliband would have won a landslide victory.
The Labour leader's promise not to accept the £7,604 pay rise to £74,000 leaves the PM as the odd one out.
With Scottish voters far more pro-European than their English counterparts, the increasing doubt over EU membership could shift the odds in favour of independence.
MPs' current salary of £66,396 puts them in the top 5 per cent of earners but they are paid significantly less than parliamentarians in other countries.
Unlike the Conservatives, a Labour government would make sustainable energy a major national priority and give business the confidence to invest.
The programme will now apply to just ten job centres, less than 1.5 per cent, this October.
With a mixture of high-minded principle and political cunning, he has reimagined the Labour-unions link for a less collectivist age.
If he wants to solve his party's funding problems, the Lib Dem leader should form an alliance with Labour.
Cameron looked evasive as he responded to Miliband's call for a limit on MPs' outside earnings with a reheated attack on the unions.
The gap between the rich and the poor has narrowed as real earnings have fallen but the coalition's welfare cuts mean it is set to widen from now on.
A Labour source says the party's proposed cap on donations from all sources will be set at the lower level of £5,000, not £10,000.
The reforms announced today will enhance Labour's traditional links and lay the foundations for new, open and powerful alliances.
The paper admits it was wrong to state that 878,000 people on incapacity benefit dropped their claims, rather than face a new medical assessment.
The scale of our collective error is startling, as a new survey by Ipsos MORI shows.
The Labour leader shifts the focus from the unions by calling for new limits on MPs' outside earnings and a cap on party donations.
While the rewriting of Clause IV by Blair was of largely symbolic significance, the changes proposed by Miliband would have dramatic consequences for Labour's funding.