After a perfectly-scripted joke from the Labour leader on alcohol pricing, the PM never recovered.
The party must seize control of the debate and show a bit of leg when it comes to economic policy.
The PM has left it too late to reframe the debate over the welfare cut, not least with a phrase as clunky as his.
By declaring that low-skilled immigration is "too high", Miliband risks entering a war he cannot win.
With the return of Lib Dem defectors and the Tories haemorrhaging support to UKIP, Ed Miliband is looking increasingly like the Prime Minister-designate.
The leader of the Labour left on why his job is to make issues "safe" for Ed Miliband and why the party will be "forced to look at more radical options".
After claiming that Cameron was "scraping the barrel" by quoting the NS, the Labour leader was promptly reminded that it endorsed his leadership.
Ahead of the abolition of the 50p tax rate on 6 April, Labour looks again to paint the Tories as the party of the rich.
If the party wants to attack Osborne on this territory, it needs to explain why and how it would borrow for growth.
Sixty per cent of workers agree that the minimum wage should be raised to the level of the living wage.