The right want Ed Miliband to be more "pro-business". The left want him to abandon austerity. His challenge is to hold the centre.
In response to NS story, spokesman for the former PM says "He is, and will remain, Member of Parliament for Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath".
With the general election result so uncertain, leadership contenders in the Tories, Labour and the Lib Dems are making themselves known.
The rise of UKIP and the fall of the Lib Dems explains why Labour is maintaining a lead approaching the final year of this parliament.
I'm running for those Londoners being denied the chance to share in our city’s successes.
To resign ourselves to a return to the economic pathologies of the past, as the Tories do, would be to miss a historic opportunity.
While the Tories, the Lib Dems and UKIP are silent, we are fighting for the health service to be protected from privatisation under the new EU-US trade treaty.
We cannot rely on so much of our prosperity coming from London - and it is centralisation that is holding places back.
Labour leader promises to end a "century of centralisation" by giving city regions major new powers and funding.
Why is Labour not yet talking about responsible capitalism in a global context?