The assailant, Dean Porter, says that "Labour no longer stands up for the poor" and that it would "all have been different if it had been David not Ed".
In 1997, the Tories enjoyed a 22-point lead over Labour on "managing the economy" but with growth restored, voters decided it was safe to change captain.
What is the question to which “vote Labour” is the answer?
Silly season can be a time of opportunity for dynamic politicians. Where is the opposition's fighting spirit?
The block vote was abolished for Labour leadership elections 20 years ago. So why do David Cameron and the conservative press claim it still exists?
Miliband is running out of time to convince voters that he offers something better than the Tories' pessimism.
The Tories are starting to notice Labour’s higher levels of local organisation.
This isn't a diversion about process. Participative democracy is a key weapon in fighting poverty.
In an echo of Blair's revision of Clause IV, the Labour leader announces that a Special Conference will be held next spring to approve this "historic reform of Labour’s constitution".
Personal ratings are often a better predictor of the election result than voting intentions.