Ed Milliband

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Where were these people for last four years since I proposed cap? Defending a broken energy market that ripped people off. Let's see small print.feedback
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Apr 24 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Ed Milliband is associated, including Britain, EU, and interest. Most recently, Ed Milliband has been quoted saying: “These policies were widely panned by the Conservatives as Marxist interventions. Now Theresa's nicking them.” in the article Theresa May accused of 'stealing' energy price cap manifesto pledge from Ed Miliband.
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I think leaving the EU would be a disaster for our country. Because I think we rely on its jobs and the trade we get from being in the EU. I think strategically for Britain, whether you want to tackle terrorism or climate change or a whole range of issues, you've got to be an outward-looking country.feedback

Cameron "…started with a divided Europe over the Juncker candidacy and ended with a unite Europe against him.feedback

This represents a complete humiliation he was supposed to be building alliances instead he's been burning alliances. That is why he has failed to deliver and it is the British national interest that loses out as a result of this decision.feedback

Today the chancellor (Osborne) simply reminded people of the gap between his rhetoric and the reality of peoples' lives – living standards falling for 44 out of 45 months under this prime minister, unmatched since records began. No amount of smoke and mirrors can hide it.feedback

Sending a reporter to my late uncle's memorial crosses a line of common decency. I believe it a symptom of the culture and practices of both the Daily Mail and the Mail on Sunday. You should conduct your own swift investigation into who was responsible at a senior level for this latest episode and also who is responsible for the culture and practices of these newspapers which jar so badly with the values of your readers.feedback

And when I think about it, David Cameron, Nick Clegg and myself, were all shaped in a way by the politics of Lady Thatcher.feedback

She was controversial, we disagreed with much of what she did as a Labour Party but we can disagree and also hugely respect her extraordinary achievements and her extraordinary personal strength.feedback

It will be a regulator, a system of complaints where the regulator has teeth so they can direct apologies if wrong is done, and it's independent of the press which is so important, because for too long we've had a system where the press have been marking their own homework.feedback

The first thing I would say to Mr Murdoch is drop the bid for BSkyB. That is the most important thing he should do. He should recognise that the cloud of allegations swirling around News International make it completely untenable for this bid to go ahead.feedback

The first thing he should do is to drop the bid.feedback

I am saying she should examine her conscience and I am sure she will because this did happen on her watch (sous ses yeux) but I am also saying that this goes beyond an individual because it is not about one individual it is about what was happening systematically at a newspaper and why was that allowed to happen?feedback

These strikes are wrong at a time when negotiations are still going on. But parents and the public have been let down by both sides because the government has acted in a reckless and provocative manner. After today's disruption, I urge both sides to put aside the rhetoric, get round the negotiating table, and stop it happening again.feedback

It is the wrong tax at the wrong time for our economy and for our country.feedback

We have imposed the nationwide ban on movement of the affected animals, that's pigs, sheep and cows. It is very important that that ban is put into place and is observed because that is the most important lesson we learned from previous outbreaks particularly 2001, that we need that speedy response to stop what is a very contagious disease from spreading.feedback

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