The shadow chancellor had fun with dividing lines in his speech earlier – attacking Cameron and Osborne for Tory policies that, er, aren’t actually Tory policies.
Bemoaning “unpredictable” donations, Clegg’s party is forced to “take steps” to remain viable.
Last year nearly a million more people found jobs – but union membership fell.
The Opposition just broke a golden rule of communications and gave the Tories a helping hand.
…but their call for reform does shift them towards Ed Miliband’s party. Question is, will they move even closer next year?
When it comes to the NHS, the Labour leader enjoys making promises: to tear up Coalition policy, to reduce waiting times, to somehow find the money… but can he deliver?
Union militancy is terminally on the wane – how long can the lefty leaders pretend otherwise?
The “dead hand” of which Jon Cruddas complains is smothering Labour’s 2015 prospects.
Labour’s main criticism seems to be that the scheme is running behind schedule – their answer is a further three month delay
Today’s papers suggest that he might. In anticipation, we list some of the potential ramifications for Clegg himself and for the other party leaders.
By laying into the red-top, then trying to woo it, the Labour leader has succeeded in annoying everyone.
The Lib Dem leader’s speech yesterday was notable for its attacks on Osborne’s fiscal plan. Could next year’s Budget be the time for a split?
The Opposition hoped for a grand piece of theatre – instead they produced a flop.
Does Ed Miliband see taking more money in tax as the way to help people out of the “cost of living crisis”?
It’s predators versus providers in the Labour leader’s world. Question is: who’s who?