The latest developments in Paris show how a British Labour government might react if it gets into serious trouble
Posts Tagged: Ed Miliband
Over the past four decades or so, Labour has suffered a remarkable decline in its political biodiversity
The only way that David Cameron can stay as Prime Minister on 35% of the vote is if Labour loses ground to other parties
“I thought Ed Miliband gave a very, um, enthusiastic response…”
Scottish Labour want to make cutting taxes effectively unconstitutional – with Ed Miliband’s blessing.
In America the “parent call-in” for failing schools means turning them into Charter schools
The conventional wisdom is that UKIP’s new voters are disaffected Tories. Nigel Farage insists they come from all parties and none. Who is right?
The star of Labour’s new Party Political Broadcast said his business was “under attack” from Labour’s high taxes
Another PPB backfires after a casting mistake by Ed Miliband’s party.
Europe’s not so hot these days, so self-denigrating Britons must look further afield for defeatist inspiration.
“They’re a good deal for workers, a good deal for employers and a good deal for the taxpayer.”
Also: Meeting Princess Michael. My old friend Simon Burns. Alastair Campbell, my stand-in. And: off to Dubrovnik and “the odd Ann Widdecombe pussy joke”.
Even Miliband supporters are starting to fret about his shrinking advantage.
Osborne to cut green taxes in response to Miliband’s energy proposal – but why wasn’t this Tory policy all along?
Like the pledge to match Labour’s spending plans, we should never have adopted flawed, left wing ideas as totems of modernisation.
The Mail usually has more bullets to hand when firing shots at a reputation. A lack of them has allowed Labour’s leader to counter-attack.
Ralph Miliband was a loving and devoted father. He was also an unrepentant advocate of Communism