Both pro-EU, both queasy about a referendum. Who will jump first?
"The global economy is changing – but that doesn’t mean we’re powerless to shape our destiny."
The Labour leader presides over an admirably mixed frontbench - but things aren't so rosy in the policy-making back rooms.
In a letter leaked to The Staggers, the Unite general secretary hits out over the Falkirk selection row.
Through his narrow focus on making the books add up now, the Chancellor is piling up social costs for the future.
Buried in the coalition’s austerity programme is the kernel of acceptance that, ultimately, government is the solution to economic malaise.
Behind the government's rhetoric, things aren't getting better for working people. They’re getting much, much worse.
If austerity is wrong and counter-productive when the Tories do it, it will be wrong and counter-productive whoever does it.
Having pledged to stick to Osborne's spending limits, more generous benefits for some will need to be paid for by cuts or tax rises elsewhere.
The party should publish a series of potential fiscal rules for discussion and replace the VAT cut with a stimulus based on growth-raising capital investment.