The party needs to aggressively contest Cameron’s ownership of the politics of growth.
The Labour party has missed a good opportunity to win over British business, and it’s nothing to do with forgetting the names of its advocates.
The significant policy overlap between the two parties represents a rich programme for government.
The Tory leader's exuberant confidence allowed him to dominate the chamber.
While Ed Miliband's plans this week are welcome, much more needs to be done to ease the increasingly hostile renting and housing conditions faced by a generation.
Ed Miliband should seize the electoral potential of its advantage in the polls among women – particularly mothers.
Miliband will not mimic Cameron's approach to Ukip and change policy direction.
As the party has shed votes to the SNP and the Greens, the Tories have emerged in front merely by standing still.
Defeated parties do not regain power by fighting old battles but by convincing voters that they have changed.
The PM's sheer chutzpah allowed him to command the session.