The Conservatives have ‘closed the gap’ with Labour, but only in the sense that the sea closed the gap with Icarus.
Posts Tagged: Ed Miliband
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“Honestly this is nonsense, our focus is on the country.”
For the New Statesman to attack the Labour leader for being too much of a Hampstead intellectual is pretty damning
Miliband and Balls have an alliance of shared weakness
“There won’t be a shred of complacency.”
Despite appearances, Labour hasn’t lost the plot – quite the opposite in fact.
One has to question whether the influence of academia on our politics matters much compared to the influence of the media
The NHS is threatened by obesity, not mansions.
If Scotland votes Yes and the UK votes Labour then Ed Miliband will have to choose between illegitimacy and impotence
The sharpest tools in the box won’t help you if they’re all the same
Sharp differences in opinion can be found in all the major parties, but in the Labour Party they don’t matter.
Has Labour contracted out the development of its manifesto to an independent think tank? The short answer is ‘no’, but the long answer is much more interesting.
When Peter Bone and Philip Davies back the Prime Minister, something is happening in the Conservative Party
Does Ed Miliband see taking more money in tax as the way to help people out of the “cost of living crisis”?