The Labour leader’s walk through central Edinburgh was brief, but at least he bothered.
Could the party back direct British involvement in the region?
A truly touching message.
Early Ed Miliband is to the political right of early Tony Blair on a number of issues.
The Labour opposition leader met the US president briefly on Monday afternoon. Intense pose, go for the kill, include a touch of blue steel.
The Labour leader says strike action represents failure. These MPs are willing to stand up for strikers.
Ed Miliband’s party want you to believe that only they can be trusted on the NHS. Which is where this digital campaigning comes in.
The Labour leader’s doppelgänger would like to build a randier society for all. (A bit NSFW.)
Westminster v Hollywood, sort of. (h/t @fleetstreetfox).
Ed is reportedly “very, very sorry”.
If you look closely enough his eyes follow you around the room.
Senior Labour MP rails against the professionalisation of politics
Seriously, you should start one of these.
With eleven months to go until the next general election the Labour leader tells BuzzFeed why he believes policy will triumph over presentation.
The Labour leader has been munching his way through history.
Politics is unforgiving. As are tasty meat-based snacks.
The Labour leader did his best Blue Steel look on ITV’s Monday morning broadcast.
As Labour’s programme starts to take shape, it’s becoming clear the public are significantly more ‘red’ on some issues than the Labour leader is.
What if Ed had a leading role?
The Deputy Prime Minister is the hottest ticket in town. And quite a good cook.
Exclusive polling for BuzzFeed reveals that the Labour leader continues to be seen as unusual by the U.K. electorate. And this is why it matters.
The Labour leader needs to make the most of his “blue steel” look.
There’s not much that Britain’s politicians can do about the floods. That isn’t stopping them having a look.
Ed Miliband is not made of magnets. Allegedly.
It’s hard out here for a… leader of the opposition.
The Labour leader is appearing on Desert Island Discs this Sunday. But let’s see what music he used to like.