It wasn’t the “union barons” who elected Ed, it was thousands of ordinary workers.
We identified Ed as “Labour’s next leader” as early as January.
The younger Miliband wins with 50.65 per cent of the vote.
Minute-by-minute coverage as the new Labour leader is announced.
The vote of one MP is worth the votes of 608 party members.
Remember when Sky News reported that Alan Johnson had won the deputy leadership?
Another day, another folio of folly from the Tory econopseud.
Ken shouldn’t have another turn as mayor of London just because he’s the Labour candidate.
Not your dad’s Vespa.
As the spending review approaches, a leaked list of doomed quangos suggests that these cuts are about political gains more than financial savings.
The five must-read blogs from today, on Ed Miliband, Ken and Boris, and Ed Balls.
Your guide to all the confirmed candidates for the shadow cabinet elections.
Ken Livingstone beats Oona King to win the party’s London mayoral nomination.
Both the punters and the pollsters now predict an Ed Miliband victory.
What to watch out for in the Paul Chambers case today.
The ten must-read pieces from this morning's papers.
Join the post-programme debate
Why do austerity advocates employ homely analogies?
Likening the British economy to a marriage is a sure way to D-I-V-O-R-C-E.
The five must-read blogs from today, on the German Greens, Andy Burnham and the Quran.
Diplomats choose to talk over Clegg’s speech.
Conservatives rise 4 points to 43 per cent in latest poll, with the Lib Dems on 14 per cent.
Harriet Harman interview | Laurie Penny: curves aren’t progress | John Pilger on WikiLeaks.
The ten must-read pieces from this morning’s papers.
A sneak preview of this week’s front cover.
Don’t fall for the romance of the “struggling artist”.
The five must-read blogs from today, including “Red Vince” and shadow cabinet elections.
Why the CPS prosecution of Paul Chambers matters.
Business Secretary adds reference to economist as suggested by the New Statesman.