Ed Miliband remains committed to George Galloway's removal from the Commons, despite the recent charm offensive from the Bradford West MP.
Unless Miliband issues a distinctive challenge to the debate on welfare reform he will allow the right to dominate the argument.
Eric Joyce, the bedroom tax, Bethan Jones, Tony Blair, and Mike Buchanan.
Or, why politics in 2013 is going to be like an episode of 24…
We speak to Ed Balls about his autumn statement demands and winning back voters – before analysing his comments to reveal what they say about life out of power.
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.
Labour faces a period of bitter infighting in Bristol, after an intervention from party HQ prompted the resignation of its leader in the city.
Labour has achieved its highest position in the polls since 2010, reaching 44% according to pollster ComRes.
The full scale of immigration's impact on Labour's support was revealed in a new survey today, ahead of a planned Ed Miliband speech on the issue.
The Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union has voted to fund independent candidates in elections, in what it claims is a "historic" move to fight austerity.
Adrian Beecroft took a beating from MPs on the enterprise and regulatory reform bill committee today, as members of the Labour party aggressively questioned the findings of his controversial report.
Redirecting funds from the £20 billion housing benefit bill could be better spent on long-term housing investment, a think-tank has proposed.
Labour's autumn conference is set to be the battleground for another internal fight between the party's left-wing and centrist wings, developments this week suggest.
A Labour party spokesperson said in response to reports of government announcements on alcohol and anti-social behaviour:
Ed Miliband's party is less popular than the Conservatives and his leadership is less effective than his brother's, polls out today suggest.
Labour leader Ed Miliband offers a gloomy outlook in his new year's message:
Labour under Ed Miliband is falling into a Conservative electoral "trap", an opposition frontbencher has warned.
The Labour party responds to prime minister's key-note conference speech