The left wrongly assumed that the replacement of Liam Byrne and Stephen Twigg would mean a change in policy.
Our pledge to freeze energy prices isn't a "gimmick" to customers being squeezed by corporate profiteers.
Neil Kinnock’s loss in 1992 still haunts Labour. But he thinks Ed Miliband can lay those ghosts to rest – and says his successor must “absolutely not” support a referendum on EU membership.
As Ed Miliband comes under pressure to promise a referendum, the former Labour leader warns that the dangers of an in/out vote are "massive".
Who's who in Miliband's new shadow ministerial line-up.
New shadow transport secretary Mary Creagh echoes Ed Balls's argument that the £50bn for the project could potentially be better spent elsewhere.
"Ed wanted more message discipline," says the former Labour leadership candidate.
The changes were designed to accelerate the process of re-branding Labour as neither old nor new; neither Blair nor Brown – but wholly Milibandist.
Tristram Hunt and Gloria De Piero, two notionally "Blairite" figures, distinguished themselves by engaging with Miliband's political and ideological themes.