On Mr Miliband, he wrote: "The prime minister must push him to take positions: expose his strategy (to keep his head down, silently hope that the economy continues to go wonky and, well, just be the other guy), challenge him to take a view on the tricky issues opposition politicians love to duck.
"I'm struck by how detached the opposition front bench appears to be from their leader... I just don't think they rate him very much.
"And if they don't, there's a good chance the public will feel the same way once they get to know him properly."
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