The Labour leader smartly positioned himself as the defender of "Generation Rent".
Rather than preparing for another hung parliament, Labour is focused on "crushing" Clegg's party.
Labour leader denounces PM for acting as a "cheerleader" for the Pfizer-AstraZeneca deal and calls for a new public interest test.
The shadow business secretary admires the New Labour godfather as a champion of industrial activism.
The party's rents policy shows that those wanting to expand, not "shrink", the offer are leading the way.
There are 37 Labour target seats in which the number of privately-renting swing voters exceeds the ruling party's majority.
"We will tackle the cost-of-living crisis by putting a ceiling on excessive rent rises."
The Labour leader has offered relief to the millions who can't afford to buy and who long for security.
The Labour leader's message is a smart way to turn working class voters off Farage.
A senior party source rejects Farage's suggestion that Miliband would be forced to guarantee a vote.