There was a time when Ed Miliband spoke at Momentum rallies.
An adoring crowd hung on the former First Minister’s words at a book signing last night.
The DWP's sanctions regime puts the most vulnerable at risk. The next government - of whatever hue - must do better.
Harriet Harman on the pink bus, Labour's diversity problem, and whether or not feminism is too middle-class nowadays.
David Cameron is under fire for revealing he won't stand for a third term. But it isn't even his biggest mistake this month.
Forget the Tory leadership race. There's a ghost in the Cameron kitchen!
The select committee has called on the DWP to make hardship payments available from the first day of a sanction - instead of the 15 days claimants are forced to wait.
Shadow chancellor opens new dividing line with the Tories by vowing to avoid raising "the tax that hits everyone".
The Prime Minister has taken voters for granted and invited Tory MPs to oust him.
Jeremy Paxman's latest comments about the state of British politics will chill Labour partisans - but Team Miliband aren't worried.
Labour are still haunted by the past, the Conservatives have no plan for housing in the forseeable future, and the first leaders' debates looks likely to be a snoozefest.
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