Iain Watson was the BBC Political Correspondent assigned to follow the Labour campaign. He shares the gaffes and glories of the 2015 general election culminating in the notorious Edstone and humiliating defeat. He offers a colourful account of the intimate day-to-day moments not captured on camera and reveals the divisions, doubts and delusions of Miliband s core campaign team. As self-proclaimed winners of the ground war , how could Labour have got it so wrong? How could Labour s activists talk to a record number of voters and end up with fewer seats than at the previous election? What was the nature of those conversations? How will the party s next leader avoid the same mistakes?