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Posts Tagged: Ed Miliband
Also: Meeting Princess Michael. My old friend Simon Burns. Alastair Campbell, my stand-in. And: off to Dubrovnik and “the odd Ann Widdecombe pussy joke”.
Even Miliband supporters are starting to fret about his shrinking advantage.
Osborne to cut green taxes in response to Miliband’s energy proposal – but why wasn’t this Tory policy all along?
Like the pledge to match Labour’s spending plans, we should never have adopted flawed, left wing ideas as totems of modernisation.
The Mail usually has more bullets to hand when firing shots at a reputation. A lack of them has allowed Labour’s leader to counter-attack.
Ralph Miliband was a loving and devoted father. He was also an unrepentant advocate of Communism
There is no doubt that many areas of our economy are still in the grip of crony capitalism. The social anger Ed Miliband is trying to tap into is real.
“When you sneer at somebody who stacks shelves, you sneer at the whole cycle of work, and that’s not good.”
Several familiar faces are seeking a return to Parliament – for the same seats that threw them out in 2010.
The Prime Minister can best beat Miliband by proposing a positive vision of what Britain should be.
Affordable and reliable: the Conservatives can only defeat Miliband’s energy proposal with a viable plan of their own
We need energy that is both affordable and reliable. Labour offer one at the expense of the other – we must offer both.
It was an eclectic speech from the leader of the Labour Party, part panto, part comedy and part serious, but did he deliver?
(No applause. He then repeats more loudly: “Britain can go better than this”. Applause. Because it’s the applause line.)
So far the leader of the Labour Party has been a chrysalis. Today he emerged, arguing the best way to solve problems is centralised control.
Ed Balls pledges yet more spending – funded with cash he’s already promised to use on ten other things
Watching Ed Balls talk about money being tight is like watching Tiger Woods speak about the importance of marriage. Not content with wrecking the nation’s public finances, his new policy is funded by money he’s already spent ten times over.