The Labour leader has enough tricky policy questions coming his way. He doesn't want to be quizzed about personnel too.
Read the Labour leader's first speech of the new year on how "One Nation" Labour will reshape the economy.
Is Miliband's "One Nation" Labour pro-integration? Is EU membership an advantage in Cameron's "Global Race"? They don't really know.
As big a question for Ed Miliband as the matter of who delivers Labour’s economic message is the question of who will run the party’s general election campaign.
To stand apart from Cameron and Clegg, Miliband needs a radical agenda for the bottom half of the labour market.
By standing up for Britain’s right to a credible voice in Europe, the Labour leader can take the more prime ministerial path.
Allies of the shadow chancellor tell Kevin Maguire that he won't accept another job in the shadow cabinet.
The Labour leader found his stride after declaring that Cameron was "a PR man who can't even do a relaunch".
The biggest decision facing Balls and Miliband is whether or not to match Osborne's post-election spending plans.
The former foreign secretary "is beginning to give serious thought" to a comeback.