The party must seize control of the debate and show a bit of leg when it comes to economic policy.
The shadow defence secretary quashes speculation: "we’re not a unilateralist party and we’re not about to become a unilateralist party".
The shadow home secretary says Labour will not enter an "arms race of rhetoric on immigration" and promises "a fair, controlled system".
By declaring that low-skilled immigration is "too high", Miliband risks entering a war he cannot win.
Left with just £18 for food after the bedroom tax, my constituents, like me, will have nothing to eat by the end of the week.
New polling shows that 49% would not consider voting Lib Dem, compared to 43% who would not consider voting Conservative.
There is no path to victory for Labour through the thickets of anti-immigrant politics and I am confident that Ed Miliband knows this.
With the return of Lib Dem defectors and the Tories haemorrhaging support to UKIP, Ed Miliband is looking increasingly like the Prime Minister-designate.
The leader of the Labour left on why his job is to make issues "safe" for Ed Miliband and why the party will be "forced to look at more radical options".
It will terrify Cameron that even after making so many concessions to the right, the Tories were still beaten by UKIP.