Rather than retreating under pressure, the Labour leader has reaffirmed his faith in his political project.
In sacking Emily Thornberry, Miliband has once again pandered to the right and to the politics of reaction. It's time for an alternative party of the left.
The Labour leader is determined to keep his party's strongest issue at the top of the agenda.
The Labour leader's vow to end the exploitation of agency workers contrasts with Cameron's inertia.
Miliband buys normal shampoo and doesn’t use a hairdryer. When a trim is needed, a male hairdresser pops into his Commons office and is out within 15 minutes.
Ed Miliband can avoid a damaging split between his party's "beer drinkers" and "wine drinkers" on immigration, if he doesn't just rely on economic arguments.
The Labour leader has doubled-down on his strategy of painting Cameron as the friend of the rich and himself as the friend of poor.
A former popstar's attack on the Labour leader's tax proposals could help him out.
The former popstar Myleene Klass took the Labour leader to task on his tax proposals on ITV's The Agenda, telling him: "You can't just point at things and tax them" and that £2m - the mansion tax threshold - would only buy a "garage".
Even if Ed Miliband fails, there will be no Blairite restoration; it's time the old guard disbanded and reinvented itself.