"I do not rule out supporting the Prime Minister but I believe he has to make a better case than he did today".
Politicians, far more than commentators, have a moral and a legal duty to proceed with caution.
...a Government source quoted in today's <em>Times</em>.
With the aid of the Lib Dems, the Tories plan to deliver an even bigger financial hit to Labour than that which will result from Miliband’s trade union reforms.
Such a clear U-turn would cement a corrosive narrative that could prove far more damaging to his prospects of becoming Prime Minister – that of weakness.
Education secretary says the Labour leader is "charming, intelligent, eloquent, thoughtful, generous and chivalrous".
Left-wing policies stand a far greater chance of reaching the statute book when agreed across negotiation tables than when promised in manifestos.
The EU doesn't even make it into the top ten of voters' concerns. Miliband's speech should focus on housing, wages and jobs.
Tom Humberstone's observational comic for the New Statesman.
What the party has never had and needs today more than ever is a theory of leadership.