"We must be a One Nation party to become a One Nation government, to build a One Nation Britain."
The Labour leader delivered his most confident and effective speech to date.
"An audition before the country for the post of Prime Minister."
Welfare spokesman Liam Byrne says that benefits to the elderly will need to be "looked at".
Labour leader promises new vocational qualification and implicitly contrasts his schooling with Cameron's.
Too many in the party are unable to accept that the age of majoritarian politics may be behind us.
Labour leader says Hobsbawm was an "extraordinary historian" and "a great friend of my family".
Ed Balls's invocation of 1945 and the slogan "rebuilding Britain" exemplify Labour's new patriotism.
The party must set out a handful of big, signature proposals that exemplify how and why it would govern.