The Labour leader's criticism of police cuts and western foreign policy will resonate with voters.
The Labour peer talks London, inequality, and why the SNP's hand is weaker than it looks
As a girl in a rural area on free school meals with a single mum and a disabled brother, a big rude “f*** them all” was the only political message that appealed to me. And maybe it still does.
Averaged together, the polls still point to a Labour victory - but the picture is more complex.
The US academic behind the concept on how Labour's manifesto reflects a new economic philosophy.
Going it alone would be a daunting task. But a Labour minority adminstration could endure and even succeed.
"I haven't got the figure off the top of my head."
Ed Miliband has missed opportunities to broaden his party's appeal, but a vote for Labour is still better than the alternatives.
“AARGH...why can't you just use Twitter for automated retweets like a normal politician?”
"You gotta answer it, mate."
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