They have spent the last five years working to gain control of the Parliamentary Labour Party. And they’re succeeding.
Five million unemployed…the death of the NHS…from a crowded field, here are the most wildly mistaken instances of lefty scaremongering.
Apparently in breach of their own rules, the EU Commission intervenes during the election campaign.
The prospect of losing most of their Scottish seats threatens to throw Miliband’s strategy into chaos.
Each year for four years he’s predicted cuts will lead to a rise in crime. Each year crime has fallen.
Ed Miliband declined to use his speech to the Scottish Labour conference this morning to rule out a deal with the SNP.
The Green leader can’t shake off the impression that she’s keeping the seat warm for her predecessor.
They know that higher education does not justify the costs of universal provision, but can’t or won’t admit it.
The Shadow Business Secretary wouldn’t have been stumped on LBC if he read ConHome.
They are more reliant than ever on union funding – but the policies they have to adopt in return just make their fundraising efforts even harder.
If they’d bothered asking the Margaret Thatcher Centre, they’d have known it won’t take any taxpayers’ money.
The insatiable left might prove just enough to put Miliband in Number 10, but when confronted with the realities of government it will eat him alive.
What proportion of them are local to their seat, and/or hold elected positions on a council?
The 50p tax rate raised £1.3 billion less revenue than previously estimated.
A Labour MP newly elected in 2015 is even more likely to be a political insider or a union candidate than a woman.