For a time it seemed that Labour might threaten credible Opposition on the topic – but then Miliband intervened.
Ed Miliband’s big speech on the EU saw him travel far – but in a circle. He’s back where he started.
The Labour leader wants to spend his way to better employment figures – but can he?
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?
It’s predators versus providers in the Labour leader’s world. Question is: who’s who?
The Labour leader’s performance on issues he once claimed as his own has been ruinously bad.
The Labour leader has finally started making big promises about localism. But, as with other policy areas, why should we believe him?
When it comes to building more homes, the Labour leader is speaking with Gordon Brown’s voice.
Having done their best to wreck the pension system under Brown, now Labour want a chance to finish it off entirely.
Indecision on HS2. Blather over Heathrow. All Labour seems certain of is that Thomas the Tank Engine is sexist.
Labour’s lack of progress in the face of Michael Gove’s onslaught has left even their most staunch supporters dissatisfied.
Our series continues by looking at where the Labour leader stands on benefits – on a shifting pile of Milimud.
The Opposition’s foreign policy positions are an unsettling mix of opportunism and accident.
The price freeze grabbed headlines, but our new series shows Labour’s policies are in chaos.