When Cameron derides Miliband for not wanting to talking about the economy, he forgets that, for most voters, living standards are the economy.
The Labour leader's first major speech since his conference address will coincide with Living Wage Week.
Rather than risking the blame for killing the project, Labour has decided to take the credit for saving it by forcing the government to reduce costs.
As Miliband's energy price freeze continues to dominate debate, the party's lead has risen significantly, with a nine-point advantage today.
The shadow education secretary says the reinstatement of the Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA) could be funded by removing Winter Fuel Payments from the wealthiest pensioners.
Despite the party's by-election success, all the signs still point towards another SNP-controlled parliament in 2016.
By the end of the Labour leader's assault over energy prices, the PM looked like a beaten boxer waiting desperately for the bell.
The smaller the deficit becomes, the harder it will be for the Conservatives to make it the defining economic issue. Labour can continue to shift the debate to living standards.
Labour leader says Cameron has gone from "hug a hoodie" to "wear a hoodie" after Downing Street suggests consumers should consider wearing jumpers to reduce their energy bills.
While Romney led on managing the economy and reducing the deficit, Obama led on living standards. Labour believes the latter is the key to victory in 2015.