Google would stay in Britain even if Ed Miliband unilaterally strengthened the country's tax transparency laws, the Labour leader has told Politics.co.uk.
Ed Miliband has only "average" political skills, former Labour party bankroller Lord Sainsbury has declared.
The resignation of Sir Alex Ferguson, Michael Gove's bashing of the Mr Men books, and Nadine Dorries.
Ed Miliband faced a barrage of online mockery this morning after his tweet memorialising Sir Alex Ferguson suggested the outgoing Manchester United manager had died.
Ed Miliband has insisted he is "confident about Labour's message" in a challenging and at times embarrassing radio interview.
Race-based sexual volcanoes are taking it a bit far, even if the Tories are trying on a bit of the UKIP look this week. Meanwhile, Wikileaks give us lulz, Winston Churchill gets put on fivers, and George Galloway says silly things. Or, as he calls them, things.
Ed Miliband will cast himself in the same light as Margaret Thatcher later, by suggesting he is the man to lead a transformative change in British politics after the next general election.
Tony Blair offered a stinging critique of Ed Miliband's leadership today, in his most outspoken public attack on his successor's leadership since he took control of the Labour party.
While Lib Dem knives are out against their coalition partners in this year's council elections scrap, Ed Miliband has his sights set on a bigger prize: No 10.
Breaking down the Budget, radio phone-ins and press regulation
Ed Miliband's humour and David Cameron's good mood made this prime minister's questions an oddly light-hearted one. MPs will have a spring in their step as they drift off for lunch this afternoon.
Ministers are wrestling with Britain's immigration headache later, as Ed Miliband again tries to make some headway with voters on the issue.
When it comes to his despatch box performances, Ed Miliband is barely living up to his job title as leader of the opposition.
The fact MPs were sitting down and stationary for the first prime minister's questions is not going to stop this writer claiming they all had a spring in their step.
The Labour party will begin providing detailed policy proposals next year, Ed Miliband has promised in his new year's message.
This was David Cameron's first opportunity to bash Ed Balls since the shadow chancellor's autumn statement howler last week. Britain was in for a masterclass in bullying bravado.
Cross-party unity on Lord Justice Leveson's to reform press regulation appeared to be sliding away this weekend.
Around them their respective backbenchers yelled and brayed, but the moment seemed to hold. Their eyes locked...
Ed Miliband has pledged to "stand up for the right people, not the wrong people" as he looks to reshape Britain's economy after 2015.
Ed Balls might appear chirpier, but it's Ed Miliband who's winning the workers over on a factory floor in Stevenage.
Britain is "sleepwalking" towards an exit from the European Union because of growing euroscepticism in the Conservative party, Ed Miliband has warned.
Downing Street has questioned moves by Labour to force contractors to pay their employees the living wage.
Ed Miliband will single out Jeremy Clarkson for criticising "Johnny Suicides" in a speech on mental health later.
'Good News': The UK is finally out of recession.