By Kevin Meagher - 13 July 03:10
For a leader who clearly favours consensus over conflict, Miliband will need to get used to saying 'no' to groups and lobbies who have previously enjoyed an easy ride with Labour.
By George Eaton - 12 July 03:40
One radical option under discussion is to merge the role of election co-ordinator with that of policy co-ordinator.
By George Eaton - 12 July 12:28
The party celebrates after winning a seat off the Greens in one of the safest wards in Lucas's constituency.
By Lucy Powell - 12 July 10:56
High-quality childcare should be seen by government as an issue for business and a key infrastructure priority. But ministers have nothing to say on the subject.
By George Eaton - 11 July 03:05
Had MPs' votes been treated in the same way as party members', Ed Miliband would have won a landslide victory.
Forget values or policies - if you're a woman, getting selected as a parliamentary candidate is all about the hair
By Sally Gimson - 11 July 09:07
Sally Gimson, who is seeking selection as the Labour parliamentary candidate for Hampstead and Kilburn, shares a few thoughts from the campaign trail.
By George Eaton - 11 July 08:47
Jacob Hacker thinks he has the answer to the public’s hardening attitude to welfare – we should “stop inequality before it starts”. But can the idea of predistribution enter the political mainstream?
By Rafael Behr - 10 July 11:49
The Labour leader wants to keep his party united but he also wants to win an election. The two ambitions inevitably collide.
By Ed Balls - 10 July 08:00
Unlike the Conservatives, a Labour government would make sustainable energy a major national priority and give business the confidence to invest.
By New Statesman - 10 July 03:44
With a mixture of high-minded principle and political cunning, he has reimagined the Labour-unions link for a less collectivist age.