The reports and rumours swirling around the Westminster village are ridiculous.
Shadow home secretary backs 14-day limit and admits Labour failed to protect liberty.
He’s wrong on free schools but right to ban BNP teachers.
The coalition, and the cuts consensus, have to be challenged, not indulged.
Johnson, the affable former postie, stands in marked contrast to George Osborne.
. . . some initial thoughts.
The party’s Hooverites are encircling Ed Miliband.
Digested read: "make me shadow chancellor, Ed".
Labour’s future revolves around a soap opera involving two political families.