CCHQ have had a good few days. The machine has purred over the last 72 hours as it sought to win the early and vital battle to define Ed Miliband in the public mind.
Publicly there was Matt Hancock’s identification of a £67bn black hole in Ed Miliband’s economic plans. Once he was confirmed as Brown’s successor, Sayeeda Warsi attacked the new Labour leader’s union links. And, yesterday, new Tory attack dog Michael Fallon exposed Mr Miliband’s flip-floppery. To read in full click here.