Ed Balls announces new policy to be funded by reducing pension tax relief for those earning over £150,000.
The coalition will challenge Labour to say which cuts it would keep and which it would reject, but it shouldn't expect any answers.
Shadow chancellor says he has not asked Miliband whether he will be in his post in 2015.
On a Labour front bench that’s hardly groaning with heavyweight talent, the shadow chancellor is as close as anyone to being indispensable.
Pegging the welfare uprating to the 50p tax rate would be an expensive decision in terms of future policy development.
Shadow chancellor says his party will oppose any bill that unfairly hits working families.
Shadow chancellor says "sometimes my stammer gets the better of me".
Growth that doesn't fix the squeeze on living standards poses a challenge to all parties.
Ed Balls's invocation of 1945 and the slogan "rebuilding Britain" exemplify Labour's new patriotism.