The return of the economy to growth, however anaemic, allows the Chancellor to maintain the narrative that the UK is "healing".
Labour peer says the Unite head is "the man who reminds us of where we came from and what we left behind" after McCluskey's attack on him in the NS.
The Labour leader moves swiftly to condemn the Unite general secretary over his comments to the New Statesman.
To succeed in age of globalisation, British manufacturers need a government that rejects laissez faire Thatcherism.
Unite general secretary says Miliband will be "defeated" and "cast into the dustbin of history" if he gets "seduced" by "the Jim Murphys and the Douglas Alexanders".
The freshly re-elected Unite general secretary tells the New Statesman that Labour will lose if Miliband is swayed by "the Jim Murphys and the Douglas Alexanders".
A Labour government would not consider "cutting the health service", says Miliband in his biggest post-2015 commitment.
A welfare system that provides greater support to people when they need it most offers an alternative to the divisive pose bring struck by the coalition.
The party's plan to integrate health and social care makes sense fiscally and clinically but the politics could be more difficult to navigate.