The Labour leader won a rare victory on the Tories' strongest territory.
The Labour leader is determined to keep his party's strongest issue at the top of the agenda.
The Labour leader has doubled-down on his strategy of painting Cameron as the friend of the rich and himself as the friend of poor.
The Labour leader regards his party's commitment to membership as a political strength.
The Labour leader should not acquiesce in the framing of immigration as a negative force.
The Labour leader repelled Cameron's assault by declaring: "Instead of smearing the NHS in Wales, he should be saving the NHS in England".
The PM was forced to condemn his welfare minister for saying that disabled people may not be worth the "full wage".
The Labour leader drove a wedge between Cameron and Clegg on civil liberties.
The Labour leader struggled after the PM twisted a Harriet Harman quote on middle earners and tax.
In Labour's "economy week", its leader avoided the subject.