By George Eaton - 08 January 01:27
The PM's warning that means-testing pensioner benefits would raise only "a very small amount of money" was the most notable moment in a sombre session.
By George Eaton - 08 January 09:08
Many in the party would like Miliband to pledge to raise the minimum wage to the level of the living wage, but a large rise in the former is more likely.
By Patrick Diamond... - 07 January 08:33
Having distanced himself from neo-liberalism, Ed Miliband needs to redefine British social democracy as more participative, more socially liberal, and more community-focused.
By Kevin Meagher - 03 January 04:07
Twenty years ago, John Prescott persuaded sceptical delegates to back John Smith's trade union reforms, but who will fulfil this role for Miliband at March's special conference?
By George Eaton - 30 December 12:01
The Labour leader emphasises his long-term plan to reform capitalism in an attempt to rebut the charge that he is too focused on short-term measures.
By Rafael Behr - 23 December 09:17
Both men are failing to articulate a vision that says more about what kind of country Britain should become than about what it has been.
By George Eaton - 20 December 09:05
The Labour leader's pledge to give councils the power to act against the "crack cocaine of gambling" will increase the pressure on the PM to intervene.
By George Eaton - 19 December 09:04
So long as Miliband retains the support of around 20% of 2010 Lib Dem voters, the Tories have no hope of victory.
By Rafael Behr - 18 December 05:34
The Labour leader appears determined to avoid the challenge of fixing state services without spending more money on them.
By George Eaton - 18 December 01:19
The danger for Miliband is that his "cost-of-living" attack will be blunted as the economic recovery accelerates. Labour must offer a bigger vision.