Ed Miliband has told ITV News that Labour behaved with "complete integrity" over the scandal surrounding the Co-op bank and Paul Flowers.
Patrick McLoughlin will continue the Government's fightback over the high-speed rail project by unveiling - yet another - business case.
Labour veteran Tony Benn may be older but he has lost none of his sharpness as he reflects on his life in politics.
Energy bills are going up by £120 this winter alone, shadow energy secretary Caroline Flint has said after the Government announced that homebuyers are to be handed £1,000 to spend on energy-saving measures.
Ms Flint added: "[The] Government are dealing with less than half this year's increase, never mind the £300 that bills have gone up by since they got into power.
"It's no surprise with this Government that they're not asking the energy companies to pay for it. David Cameron always stands up for a privileged few. This shows why only a price freeze will do".
David Cameron and Nick Clegg have said that Labour's promise to freeze energy prices will result in energy firms hiking prices before and after the freeze.
In a piece in tomorrow's Sun on Sunday (£) they write:
Labour have promised a temporary price freeze on energy bills. But they’re taking people for fools.
Energy companies would hike up prices both before and after the freeze – so families would end up paying more.
Not only that – by cutting investment in green energy, their freeze would threaten thousands of jobs. Labour’s con is the worst of all worlds.
Ed Miliband has pledged to end Britain's energy "rip-off" if he is elected Prime Minister. The Labour leader says he will force energy firms to:
- Freeze bills until 2017
- Split their retail and wholesale businesses
- Replace Ofgem with a tougher regulator
The Coalition contends that increasing competition in the energy market and cutting green levies will help to reduce bills.
Labour leader Ed Miliband said it was "hard to keep up" with the Government's energy policy, claiming it changes "hour by hour".
Mr Miliband made the comments as he outlined Labour's pledge to end the energy "rip-off" and freeze bills for 20 months should they be elected into power in 2015.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has accused David Cameron of being a "weak and flailing Prime Minister".
Mr Miliband said: "What we now know is that while David Cameron has in public been opposing an energy price freeze, in private he has been pleading with the energy companies to get him off the hook.
"What Britain needs is Labour's strong, credible plan that we're publishing today to freeze energy prices until 2017 and reform a broken energy market so it properly works for business and families."
Shadow Foreign Secretary Douglas Alexander has tweeted:
Gordon Banks, Labour MP for Ochil and South Perthshire, and Ian Murray, Labour MP for Edinburgh South, have tweeted:
Perhaps Dr Who will appear and save Salmond from his stumbling, bumbling efforts
Over 600 pages of assumptions on currency, EU, debt, pensions etc. All these big assumptions will have to come off to keep things the same!
Scotland's Labour leader accused the SNP of living in an "imagined" post-referendum world ahead of the publication of a blueprint outlining the finer details of an independent Scotland.
Johann Lamont told Daybreak she was looking for an explanation of the practicalities of independence in the white paper.
"It is not enough simply to say, 'it would be wonderful,' we need to see how it would be afforded.
"How we address the question of uncertainty, what would happen about pensions, what would be spending and what currency would we have?"
Shadow energy secretary Caroline Flint said Ofgem's report shows the Prime Minister "is too weak to stand up to the energy companies and just stands for a privileged few".
Ms Flint said, “However you look at it, there’s no hiding the fact that on David Cameron’s watch the energy companies have increased their profits on the back of spiralling bills for hard-pressed consumers.
Labour shadow business minister Stella Creasy has accused the Government of "following Labour’s lead" on capping the charges for payday loans.
But she said in a statement that the proposal doesn't go far enough "to address the damage this toxic industry has done":
– stella creasy, shadow business minister
We want a levy on these companies to expand the funds available to credit unions so they can serve more people, powers for councils to limit the growth of these companies on our high streets and a ban on advertising to children of these products.