Some in Labour are in danger of giving the appearance that they believe Cameron’s MPs will do a better job of finishing him off than they can.
Lucy Powell and Luciana Berger tipped for promotion.
Labour leader says voters should be able to ask the Prime Minister questions in the Palace of Westminster.
By presenting himself to voters as who he truly is, the Labour leader has given himself a chance of winning their respect and understanding.
By framing himself as a man of "principle", not one for photo-ops, the Labour leader is seeking to ensure the election is fought on his terms.
The party could inherit a state that, in parts, is on the brink of collapse.
The Labour leader says his party opposes Israel's ground invasion of Gaza.
The pair met for 25 minutes at the White House and discussed issues including the economy, climate change and the Scottish referendum.
The two men remain at odds over the financial crisis, but there is a meeting of minds over the EU.
What the Labour leader will tell his party's National Policy Forum today.