British Prime Minster David Cameron (L) and Ed Miliband, the Leader of the Labour Party, walk through the Members' Lobby to listen to the Queen's Speech at the State Opening of Parliament on May 8, 2013. Heir to the throne Prince Charles and his wife Camilla attended the state opening of Britain's parliament alongside Queen Elizabeth II on Wednesday, in a sign of their increasing role as the 87-year-old monarch scales back some of her duties.
Times have changed, the Labour Party’s got to move on and I think Ed Miliband recognises it. I’m available indeed but to support him from the sidelines.
With rising economic optimism, David Cameron’s clear lead on the number one issue of the economy stands out (even though his party and the Coalition more broadly aren’t free of challenges in this area), while Ed Miliband does best on Labour’s traditional strengths in public services and unemployment.
It is evidence of a culture of corporate irresponsibility among certain firms which is totally unacceptableMore quotes »
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Miliband to make tax jibe at Google just days after Cameron failed to do so when he met internet giant's boss
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Ed Miliband warns Google: I’d make you pay more tax
is betraying its founding principles by going to extraordinary lengths to avoid paying taxes in Britain, Ed Miliband will tell the company’s chairman today. The Labour leader is due to address company executives, including Eric Schmidt, at Google’s “big tent” 7:15 PM from The Independent Read more »
More evidence of that slick Downing Street media operation…
Miliband is addressing Google’s Bug Tent tomorrow, and is expected to attack them over tax avoidance. So the slick Downing Street operation presumably want to get out ahead of that, right? Not quite. Here’s a selection of the headlines from today’s papers: 4:23 PM from Labour List Read more »
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Ed Miliband is staring at an open goal and I know just the pair of strikers to win it for him
us to pose an apparently nonsensical question. Does Ed Miliband want to be Prime Minister? By this, I do not mean, “Does Ed Miliband think he wants to be Prime Minister?”, which is something entirely different. Many times I have sat down to play in a poker 12:39 PM from The Telegraph UK Read more »