Most of Labour's shadow ministers think another hung parliament the likeliest outcome of the next election.
Labour is being outfought and out-thought by the Tories. Someone needs to tell its leader.
The Labour leader had the stats on his side but will voters accept his distinction between 'good' borrowing and 'bad' borrowing?
The afternoon's Europe debate is purposely designed to discomfit Labour. But Miliband's high-minded opposition is a risky strategy.
It is a question of when, not if, Miliband will offer an EU referendum. Here's what he can learn from his predecessor-but-seven.
Tory unity will prove shortlived and the Labour leader could execute a relatively painless U-turn on a referendum.
Rather than attacking the Labour leader for opposing a referendum, the Prime Minister claimed he had no position.
Labour leader says he would not reverse measure previously denounced by his party as a "dog's breakfast" and a "political gesture".
Miliband's new theme of “one nation” has one job – to give him an excuse not to make decisions.
The tension is between the need to defend Labour’s legacy of public service investment and the impulse to imagine different methods of change.