Bright red, hollering himself hoarse, the Shadow Chancellor made a spectacle of himself today.
“Flatlining”? “Too far, too fast”?
Yet more watering down leaves the Labour leader hawking a medicine that won’t work.
The opportunity to blame the Conservatives was handed to him on a platter – tellingly, he didn’t take it.
Torn between obeying the unions and appealing to voters, her welfare policy is in tatters.
Labour have a weeping sore in the form of the Falkirk emails, and a Shadow Chancellor who does whatever he likes.
The number of Labour apologists for this vile and disastrous regime serves as a warning.
The Lib Dem leader caricatured David Cameron’s call for a “leaner, more efficient state” – and then laid into the caricature.
While the Tories clear 40 per cent of their debt in a quarter, how will Miliband build a war chest when he’s in such a financial mess?
The EU may walk and talk like a nation, but it still isn’t the real thing.
Grangemouth, Falkirk, Ineos intimidation, VAT underpayments, and now this. The Unite leader is an anti-Midas.
Louis XIV was an extreme champion of state intervention offering that most candid and piithy message from a socialist leader: “L’etat c’est moi.”
Say what you like about Lord Kinnock. At least he was tough about resisting Militant. Mr Miliband seems determined to appease them in their new incarnation.
There are some basic arguments about profits, the price mechanism and state ownership which need to be won again.
If the Labour leader is serious about recruiting more MPs from working-class backgrounds, he needs to start finding them