David Miliband

The Burma trail

9 January 2012 15:59

Foreign policy specialists have been confused about how to categorise the coalition. Is it neoconservative, given its backing for the…

Enter, David Miliband?

9 January 2012 13:56

‘Every day, in every way, it’s getting worse for Ed Miliband.’ That’s what I said last Thursday, and it has…

The Miliband puzzle

7 January 2012 14:34

So why did Ed Miliband stop his brother being leader of the Labour Party? As each month of his uninspiring…

Every day, in every way, it’s getting worse for Ed Miliband

5 January 2012 9:08

Unless one of Ed Miliband’s New Year’s resolutions was to ignore absolutely everything going on around him, I expect the…

Miliband crumples to a new low in PMQs

14 December 2011 15:48

Inept, useless, incompetent, maladroit, hopeless, clumsy, crap. With thesaurus-rifling regularity Ed Miliband comes to PMQs and delivers a performance which…

The importance of being earnest

4 December 2011 10:10

The absence of growth and the importance of credibility are recurring themes in this morning’s papers. John Lord Hutton has…

Which Miliband?

7 November 2011 15:55

Don’t be too hard on the Independent leader writer and proof readers. Ed or David Miliband? It’s an easy mistake…

For one night only, David Miliband returns

25 September 2011 21:45

David Miliband was studiously loyal to his brother in his one speaking appearance at Labour conference. He told Movement for…

Can Labour make the right kind of news this week?

25 September 2011 15:23

The great Labour worry about this week is that they’ll be relegated to the ‘in other news’ section of the…

Ed Miliband needs David Miliband if he’s to make proper headway

30 July 2011 13:08

Are the seeping knife wounds healing at last? This morning’s Guardian reveals that Ed Miliband has offered his older brother…

From the archives: Ed Miliband, before the leadership

17 June 2011 18:32

It has been a turbulent, ol’ week for Ed Miliband — all the way from thoseEd Balls files, through his…

More than a soap opera

14 June 2011 16:41

David Miliband is considering a return to frontline British politics. At least that is what Andrew Grice has heard. He…

David Miliband should join the shadow Cabinet or quit British politics

12 June 2011 18:39

David Miliband’s statement today declares that he ‘wants no part’ of the ‘soap opera’ of leadership drama. But as long…

A poll to compound Miliband’s woes

12 June 2011 14:50

A YouGov poll for this morning’s Sunday Times provides proof of mounting disgruntlement with the Labour leader. And not just…

Labour’s blunt knives

12 June 2011 11:46

According to the Observer, and a slew of other papers, “senior Labour figures are believed to have put their leader…

The Milidrama

11 June 2011 13:23

No paper has been more critical of Ed Miliband than The Times. So it is in some ways not a…

What David Miliband would have said if he had become Labour leader

10 June 2011 22:14

Tonight’s Guardian scoop revealing that the speech that David Miliband would have given if he had been elected leader makes…

Why Miliband needs to be more specific — and quick

23 May 2011 13:07

Ed Miliband owes Coffee House contributor Ed Howker a drink. In his speech today, the Labour leader borrows the central…

A special relationship

22 May 2011 15:09

The visit of President Obama on Tuesday has not yet inspired rapid British soul searching about the ‘special relationship’, not…

Another disappointment for Ed Miliband

6 May 2011 14:01

The final tally from Wales is just in — and it’s a minor disappointment, on a day of many disappointments,…