From fracking to Trident to Syriza, if you’re looking for evidence of a divided left today’s papers alone offer an embarrassment of riches.
Rob Ford predicts that, although she can’t offer many direct challenges, Natalie Bennett can still make life difficult for Miliband.
The average member of Miliband’s team has spent just four and a half years working in the private sector. A quarter have no private sector experience at all.
The rise of ideologically pure minor parties makes reported hopes of using Iraq War to distance Miliband’s Labour from Blair’s seem far fetched.
Green voters have not been subject to the same in-depth scrutiny as UKIP – but they could still drag Miliband off course.
Chris Leslie proposes to pay for it by increasing the cost of gun licences. Seriously.
The party’s election line-up demotes or sidelines prominent left-wingers and gives vital portfolios to men better-disposed towards the Conservatives.
In bleeding England to fuel traditional spending giveaways, has the Scottish Labour leader signalled his surrender to Scotland’s unsustainable status quo?
Includes five jobshare posts, and returns to the front bench for Ken Clarke, Liam Fox, Tom Watson…and Emily Thornberry.
They used Treasury calculations made in the same manner as those they’re now criticising.
“Balanced and tough” – big-spending Balls teeters like a circus strongman trying to walk the austerity high wire
The Shadow Chancellor’s latest attack is motivated by his own shortcomings.
Targeting voters makes sense – but concealing policies is another matter.
His final pledge was to cancel Christmas to take the fight to the SNP – Jim Murphy could be the decisive change of course Scots Labour need.
Once again, the Labour leader is asking voters to take him on trust – but why should they?
In casting himself as the scaremonger-in-chief Burnham is proving utterly shameless.