By George Eaton - 10 February 08:36
Rather than an approach defined by the centralised state or the untamed market, Miliband is committing to a progressive agenda defined by localism, transparency and accountability.
By Rafael Behr - 07 February 12:24
The Labour leader is, after much hesitation, ready to contemplate the problem of running public services in austere times.
By George Eaton - 06 February 08:23
Former cabinet ministers Peter Hain and John Healey argue that the party must make an explicit case for investment if it is to counter the Tories' attack lines before the election.
By George Eaton - 05 February 09:51
An increasing number of Labour MPs believe that the party must make an explicit case for borrowing to invest if it is to counter the Tories' attack line of choice.
By George Eaton - 05 February 01:23
The coalition made the Labour leader's point for him as it fielded an entirely male frontbench.
By Rafael Behr - 29 January 10:57
The Labour leader's plans for government can factor in the prospect of having Balls as his chancellor, but in a shrunken empire.
By George Eaton - 29 January 01:08
The Labour leader broke with his new sober style and hammered Cameron over his refusal to rule out cutting the top tax rate again.
By Robert Webb - 29 January 11:31
In a TV interview, you’ve only got time to be one “thing”. Unfortunately, Ed’s “thing” seems to be “politician”.
By George Eaton - 26 January 01:37
Is it a temporary tax or a permanent one?
By George Eaton - 22 January 01:34
The Labour leader had no convincing riposte to Cameron's claim that he was "an arsonist" who "complains that the fire brigade aren't putting the fires out fast enough".