Labour MPs fear going into battle without defences against predictable Tory onslaughts.
Thirteen Labour MPs, including Diane Abbott and Tom Watson, voted against George Osborne's new cap on welfare spending.
Is Labour set to abolish fees and introduce a graduate tax?
The state can be made more responsive by giving citizens access to data, impartial advice and control over the services on which they depend.
Diane Abbott and other backbenchers refuse to join leadership in backing Osborne's measure.
Shadow defence secretary Vernon Coaker should outline a vision for modern left multilateralism.
The Budget has revealed how vulnerable Labour is to the charge that it doesn't really trust voters to manage their affairs.
Osborne's populist Budget helps the Conservatives claw back voters from UKIP.
The Labour leader uses the Scottish First Minister's weapon of choice against him.
For the sake of a day of good headlines and a few billion pounds of extra tax, the Chancellor has put years of painful progress at risk.