Fiona Millar has written a thoughtful and timely piece for the Guardian's CiF on the need for Labour's leadership hopefuls to say more about how education policy will be different if elected.
This passage in particular caught my eye:-
'Whoever gets the job, it will be a tough call, demand deft political footwork and a willingness to offload baggage from the past. Of all the candidates Ed Miliband seems the most prepared to do this, even if the details of what he would actually do are hazy.'
Not quite an endorsement but welcome nonetheless.