Who is he and what does he stand for?
When Tony Blair addressed the 1996 Labour conference he knew he was on the verge of a big victory. By contrast, Ed Miliband arrives in Manchester with the nation facing a constitutional crisis and hatred of Westminster running high.
Rather than an infantry advancing on Downing Street, Labour resembled a wounded army in need of convalescence.
Labour leader forgot key passage during 65-minute, no-notes performance.
The Labour leader's speech was politically astute and intellectually coherent, but it rarely inspired.
Did the Labour leader really only use his favoured phrase for the masses nearly an hour into his speech?
It will be funded by a mansion tax, cracking down on tax avoidance and fees for tobacco firms.
As the party powers through its last conference before the election, the idea of “English votes for English laws” plagues the leadership. And it's not just Tory MPs who are causing the trouble.
Labour leader will outline six "national goals" for the next decade in his conference speech.