The real progressive in the leader’s debate is Ed Miliband

Didn’t hear anything on protecting those who are unable to help & protect themselves mainly the Disabled. Protecting & securing the those in ILF scheme ,People with Learning Difficulties except for a few loose woolly words in the 2015 Manifesto. No meat, no substance !

Politics and Insights

Ed Miliband has faced some vicious opposition over the past five years. Not just from the Tories, the press, big business and the establishment, but from the fringe rival parties claiming to be on the left. It’s because Miliband wants to create a new post-Thatcherite settlement for Britain. The Labour manifesto clearly signposts that intention.

Miliband understands that the growing chasm between the incomes of rich and poor and obscene levels of wealth inequality have shown that political collaboration with the wealthy has not delivered any “trickle down” to the poorest at all. As a society, we cannot afford to indulge the millionaires’ something for nothing culture.

We all know by now that despite the fact that our economy was in recovery from the consequences of the global crisis by the last quarter of 2009, due to the competence of the previous government, the Tories duped the public, using a…

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