Labour leader attacks payday lenders as 'one of the worst symbols of the cost of living crisis'
'Battle for control' between Miliband and Balls as Labour goes into today's vote still dithering
Latest business case for £50bn rail link concedes benefit-cost ratio has fallen
Comfortable by-election victory shows SNP is too focused on independence referendum, says Labour
A timely reminder that newspaper readers don’t always share their paper’s political bias
Does Ed’s victory over his brother have a bearing on his fight to defend his father’s reputation?
Tabloid admits it was wrong to use photo of grave but renews attack on 'man who hated Britain'
Labour demands Tories return £4.8m donations from Michael Spencer whose firm is embroiled in scandal
Right-wing press goes to town on 'Red Ed' Miliband - just as Osborne asks Brussels to allow bankers bigger bonuses
Labour leader wants to create more affordable housing - but he risks infuriating Middle England
Gordon Brown's former spin doctor insists he's 'happy' to tell police about efforts to discredit ministers
Shadow chancellor refuses to join the 'I told Gordon to fire Damian' brigade - and uses the S-word to boot
A 'brave and adroit' leader who 'turned the course of history' by standing firm against attack on Syria
New poll of Conservative marginals adds to growing belief that Labour can win an outright majority
Two new polls show that Ed Miliband is a drag on Labour's chances of winning the 2015 election
Miliband's reforms could cost Labour millions of pounds but he is determined to push them through
Labour leader has backed himself into a corner, say columnists, but perhaps he has a plan up his sleeve
Chancellor to tell critics the UK economy is 'turning a corner' but Labour dismisses claims
Senior colleagues say a referendum is in national interest – and very much in Ed’s interest, too
Labour heavyweights continue to raise concerns about the party's failure to get its message across