Labour must learn from the example set by the Scottish National Party. It is not enough to simply say - 'the cuts are too big, we'll introduce them over a longer period!'. We need a party who will actually oppose tuition fees, reverse the bit by bit privatisation of our schools and health care.
We need a party that will savage the work of the Tory government (not just pick on the Lib Dems!) and put forward a new agenda for politics based on the needs of the people of the UK, not just the corporate needs of big business.
I'm worried that the Tories will be secretly heartened by this election, realising that they can get the Lib Dems to suffer most of the wrath of the people, whilst retaining their core support. If change is to come, Labour must follow the lead of the SNP, and fight for the public services that workers have won over decades of struggle.