If Ed Miliband is under fire, doesn't he need public and visible backing from his frontbench colleages?
Labour leader highlights Cameron's plan to cut benefits for cancer patients.
Former prime minister backs the coalition's NHS and education reforms.
For Labour the 1970s, not the 1990s, is the decade to search for comparisons.
The former foreign secretary is contemplating a return to the shadow cabinet.
"You cannot create a good society - or even a big one - simply with pleas for more volunteers."
Sunday's headlines were awful. Ed Miliband should be a happy man.
The Labour leader's style is under scrutiny.
Talk of a co-ordinated attempt to unsettle the Labour leader is risible.