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Ed Balls won’t rule out an appearance on Strictly

Former Labour MP Ed Balls has appeared on BBC news today in his first interview since he was ousted from his seat by the Tories. While he discussed Ed Miliband and the… Continue reading The post Ed Balls won’t rule out an appearance on Strictly appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Chuka Umunna was the victim of an old-fashioned Westminster character assassination

A few months after Ed Miliband was elected Labour leader I met with one of his supporters in the shadow cabinet. Who, I asked, were ‘Ed’s People?’ He began reeling… Continue reading The post Chuka Umunna was the victim of an old-fashioned Westminster character assassination appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Tristram Hunt drops out of the Labour leadership race

Tristram Hunt has ruled himself out of the running to succeed Ed Miliband as Labour leader. He confirmed on Wednesday that he "will not be entering the race". Hunt offered his support to Liz Kendall to be the next party leader. This story is being updated. Click here to refresh. Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: 11 amazing facts about Vladimir Putin

Ed Miliband returns from Ibiza to face the music

Ed Miliband’s last-minute holiday to Ibiza was hardly the way in which the former Labour leader had envisaged spending the week after the election. Still, a week on the party… Continue reading The post Ed Miliband returns from Ibiza to face the music appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

What should Jeremy Hunt do next to the NHS?

The Tories barely talked about the NHS during the election campaign. It was an area of Labour strength, and one Ed Miliband and Andy Burnham were keen to talk about… Continue reading The post What should Jeremy Hunt do next to the NHS? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Ed Miliband’s fate shows that how you win a leadership contest matters almost as much as winning it in the first place

Any new party leader needs legitimacy, an acceptance that they won the contest fair and square. Ed Miliband didn’t have this because he lost in two of three sections of… Continue reading The post Ed Miliband’s fate shows that how you win a leadership contest matters almost as much as winning it in the first place appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Where's Ed Stone? (15/05/15)

The Guardian reports that Ed Miliband's political tombstone (the infamous Ed Stone) is now languishing in a garage somewhere in south London. Now this was an expensive as well as a ridiculous gimmick which came with a price tag of £30,000 apparently. Show More Summary

Fighting Talk

A kind reader from South Lanarkshire sent me this email from the former leader of the Labour Party, Ed Miliband, who is now enjoying a post-election family holiday in Ibiza according to all the news reports. Now the reader wrote to Ed...Show More Summary

The next Labour leader should remember that the ‘politics of envy’ never work

Andy Burnham may be the trade unions’ favourite candidate for Labour leader but he is already distancing himself from some of Ed Miliband’s worst populist nonsense. This is what he… Continue reading The post The next Labour leader should remember that the ‘politics of envy’ never work appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Inside the Milibunker

Dan Hodges writing in The Spectator magazine gives the lowdown on the final hours and days inside the Team Miliband bunker. What rings true to me is that Ed Miliband thought there was nothing wrong with trying to run the country with...Show More Summary

Labour's Blame Game

Philip Collins doesn't hold back in this damning assessment of Ed Miliband's five year spell as Labour leader in which he bet the house on his belief that politics had shifted 'left' following the great economic crash of 2008. Unite's...Show More Summary

Chuka Umunna withdraws from the Labour leadership race

Shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna has withdrawn his candidacy for the Labour leadership. Umunna was considered one of the favourites to succeed Ed Miliband following the party's disappointing performance in the General Election....Show More Summary

Where's Ed Stone?

The Guardian reports that Ed Miliband's political tombstone (the infamous Ed Stone) is now languishing in a garage somewhere in south London. Now this was an expensive as well as a ridiculous gimmick which came with a price tag of £30,000 apparently. Show More Summary

Podcast: the end of Miliband and the Tories’ one nation challenge

Ed Milband and his team were not ready for their major defeat on election night. On this week’s View from 22 podcast, Dan Hodges discusses the final days of Miliband’s… Continue reading The post Podcast: the end of Miliband and the Tories’ one nation challenge appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Tom Baldwin says BBC showed more bias against Labour than the Tories

Ed Miliband’s spin doctor Tom Baldwin has been rather quiet since Labour’s disastrous election night results. Now the former Times journalist has explained his radio silence in an article for the… Continue reading The post Tom Baldwin says BBC showed more bias against Labour than the Tories appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Bitter Lesson

At the special conference in 2010 when Ed Miliband became Labour's new leader Neil Kinnock famously declared '"We've got our party back", yet how hollow and foolish those words look now as the People's Party crashed to a spectacular election defeat. Show More Summary

It wasn’t quite Twitter wot won it – social media and the General Election

In the end, it was hardly a case of “as Twitter goes, so goes the nation”. If the election had been decided by the number of followers each candidate had before the election, Ed Miliband would have been elected Prime Minister, albeit needing the help of the Liberal Democrats and, um, the Pirate Party. The FT more...

Miliband’s Adviser Accuses UK Conservative Party of Threatening BBC

The UK Conservative party repeatedly threatened BBC executives and journalists during the general election campaign, Tom Baldwin, a senior adviser to the former Labour Party head Ed Miliband said Wednesday.

The Tories made 'repeated threats' against the BBC over its election coverage, a Labour advisor claims

Tom Baldwin, a senior adviser to Ed Miliband and a Labour party strategist, has accused the Conservatives of attempting to bully BBC executives and journalists in order to influence the broadcaster's election coverage. Baldwin wroteShow More Summary

The Real Lessons of the U.K. Election for 2016

As the British Prime Minister David Cameron puts together his new government, the opposition Labour Party’s inquest into last Thursday’s election result is getting going. Following the resignation of its leader, Ed Miliband, there is already a concerted effort to drag the Party back to the political center. Show More Summary

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