Shadow foreign secretary says he is "unconvinced" of the case for an air campaign and criticises William Hague for "implying force is inevitable".
Ignore the latest critics, the case for High Speed Two is as strong now as when Labour committed itself to the project in 2010.
After Alistair Darling called for the new rail line to be scrapped, the former transport secretary and HS2 architect argues that it would be an "act of national self-mutilation" to do so.
Left-wing policies stand a far greater chance of reaching the statute book when agreed across negotiation tables than when promised in manifestos.
The EU doesn't even make it into the top ten of voters' concerns. Miliband's speech should focus on housing, wages and jobs.
What the party has never had and needs today more than ever is a theory of leadership.
Shadow ministers have been encouraged to look for "points of agreement" with the party and to consider constitutional reforms that would appeal.
If they want to avoid another hung parliament, both sides need to take more risks. This isn't a time for small-ball politics.
The triumph of identity politics means too many progressives appear willing to dismiss the white working class as socially backwards and not worth listening to.