Actually, I don't ever think there will be a men-only team of leadership in the Labour party again. People would look at it and say, 'What? Are there no women in the party to be part of the leadership? Do men want to do it all themselves?' It just won't happen again.
Well, I feel that everybody in the country knows me. I think people know who I am, and that I'm deputy leader of the Labour party, and that I'm out there talking about their big choice for the future.
I'm afraid you gave up the right to pontificate on social mobility when you abolished educational maintenance allowance, trebled tuition fees and betrayed a generation of young people.
For many young people, social mobility now means a bus down to the job centre.
Next he will be foxtrotting down to the Tory party's fundraising ball, auctioning City internships for the children of the highest bidder. Is that not the Government's idea of social mobility?
Not all civil servants admire strong political leadership. But if you want to change things for the better you need strong political leadership.
He is demanding of his colleagues, but he is demanding of himself because he wants to change things for the better.
It's hard to bring up your children on benefit. It's easier if you can do part- time work, or even full-time work, and actually have a better standard of living, and that's the direction in which we are going.
Yes I did when I was at university 30 years ago, just for a short time.
Now, many of us in the Labour Party are conservationists - and we all love the red squirrel. But there is one ginger rodent which we never want to see again - Danny Alexander.
There are many women with children under five who want to work and who lack affordable, high-quality child care.
I don't agree with all-male leaderships. Men cannot be left to run things on their own. I think it's a thoroughly bad thing to have a men-only leadership.
I think a balanced team of men and women makes better decisions. That's one of the reasons why I was prepared to run for deputy leader.
In a country where women regard themselves as equal, they are not prepared to see men running the show themselves.
Well, if you look at the programme that we're offering, I think that is a future which is fair for women as well as men. We're still heavily outnumbered - we're still four to one in parliament - but we are pioneers! We are forging a new path.