Ed Miliband accuses Cameron of leading the UK to the EU "exit" as David Davis demands two referendums.
The party needs to win a majority of at least 12 per cent to match its current national poll lead.
Politicians love a change narrative - it's uplifting. But the dominant mood now is of pessimism and fear, and Labour must adapt accordingly.
Labour policy formation is one long seminar that skirts around an obvious obstacle to reform.
The walkout by half of local members shows why party-imposed shortlists must be abandoned.
We must end the absurdity of companies being financially penalised for becoming living wage employers.
"Naming and shaming" employers who don't pay the living wage is likely to have disappointing results.
There is growing wariness in Labour ranks about where the phone-hacking debate is heading.
Miliband decided to split the torture in two today.