Predictably, he lacerates Jeremy Corbyn as an unelectable idealist terminally ill-suited to combat politics, and who could argue there? Less predictably, Balls lacerates himself for failing to persuade Gordon to call the 2007 honeymoon election he would have won
'Refusing to listen to the electorate has never been a winning formula,' says former shadow chancellor
Mr Balls claims David Cameron refused to allow Mr Osborne to address voters' concerns on immigration
Chancellor says: 'The next thing we know, the Leave camp will be accusing us of faking the moon landings'
A special seminar of the Blair Years course was held at the Treasury last night with the civil servant and the special adviser who worked on the 2003 decision on the euro
From Benjamin Disraeli's first speech in the Commons to Ed Miliband's Labour conference speech...
The former shadow chancellor told yesterday's seminar for The Blair Years course at King's College, London, that most of the memoirs are from those around Tony Blair and that 'in the end there'll have to be some balancing up'
Another instalment from the course in contemporary history at King's College, London, taught by the Treasury's top civil servant
Rhodri Marsden wonders if the only conclusion can be that dog-loving is right wing
The former union activist, also referred to Tony Blair and Alastair Campbell as 'scumbags', called Jack Straw a 'vile git'
New course at King's College, London, aims to strengthen the Treasury's institutional memory
End-of-term poll makes mixed reading for the leaders, but the Prime Minister tops the guest list
Details of the friendship continue to trickle into the public domain
Lord Parry says it would be 'very difficult' for party to resist demands for a public vote
If he was still snorting coke now, I’d worry