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Ed Miliband’s biggest challenge will be to convice a fatalistic electorate that government can make a difference
Miliband is not only taking on the Big Six energy companies, he is pushing back against a public fatalism about government power to effect change that has been over 30 years in the making.
The Ralph Miliband affair has shamed the Daily Mail, it must not be allowed to further pollute our politics.
Five things any right minded person SHOULD have hated about 1940s Britain.
At conference Ed Miliband will develop his responsible capitalism theme and announce new policies to boost construction and house building, help out small businesses and also ensure that improved skills and wages are at the heart of a Labour government.
Labour MP Geraint Davies has warned that the party has not done enough to tackle the line that Labour is responsible for the country’s economic mess.
According to a poll by Lord Ashcroft, a majority of Unite members don’t feel they are well represented by Ed Miliband.
James Bloodworth looks back at the week’s politics, including our progressive, regressive and evidence of the week.
In the wake of today’s speech Ed Miliband will face the biggest test of his leadership thus far – and it is a test of his own making.
In the wake of the Falkirk scandal there is increasing pressure on Labour leader Ed Miliband to distance his party from the trade unions. Some within Labour’s own ranks are even calling for the link between Labour and the trade unions to be severed.