The claim that Labour has moved too far to the left is based on a misreading of public opinion.
Miliband has asked radical questions but the answers have been too cautious for some.
The coalition has struggled to implement its Work Programme. Labour needs to ensure its latest ideas don't go awry if they make it into government.
With ten months to go to the general election, the shadow secretary of state for Wales Owen Smith lays out ten reasons why he believes the Labour party must win in 2015.
The Labour leader's vision of "responsible capitalism" would gain credibility if he could find more responsible capitalists.
If the public is unsure what Miliband stands for, it is partly because he has often appeared unsure himself.
In Labour's "economy week", its leader avoided the subject.
The Labour leader routed the PM in the Commons as he derided "a masterclass in how to alienate your allies".
The Labour leader will now need to go even further to meet demands for a "radical offer".
The 12 policies the party needs for a popular and a radical manifesto.