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".
The stale prescriptions offered by the likes of Alan Johnson are the road to defeat and working class disappointment.
What is one day of paralysis compared with a lifetime of poorly-funded and under-staffed services?
Miliband should condemn McCluskey's Olympics threat but he can't "rein him in".
Nowhere does the Unite general secretary acknowledge the £79bn deficit that Labour would inherit.
The unions were responsible for nearly 90 per cent of all donations in Q4 2010.
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The Conservative claim that Unite has taken over the Labour Party is absurd.
The bogus comparison between union donations and the Tory peer's millions.