Tories regurgitate Miliband’s ‘socialist’ policy
Wednesday 10th May 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
THERESA MAY’S half-baked proposal for a cap on energy prices won’t prevent prices from going up “year on year,” she admits, but it was never intended to do so.
It was always a desperate ploy to pretend that the Tories are concerned about working people’s...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
ED MILIBAND urged the government yesterday to fight Rupert Murdoch’s bid to gain full control of Sky.
The former Labour leader said Mr Murdoch’s latest bid must be wrong when judged by the same standards as his previous attempt to take over Sky, which was derailed amid the...
Wednesday 21st Dec 2016
LABOUR was slapped with a £20,000 fine yesterday after general secretary Iain McNicol was found to have broken electoral laws.
Journalists’ enquiries about missing receipts for Ed Miliband’s eight-foot stone monolith bearing the party’s manifesto pledges...
Wednesday 26th Oct 2016
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Closing speech borrows from ‘Red Ed’ Miliband
Thursday 6th Oct 2016
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
ED MILIBAND is totally on the money to declare that the outcome of the European Union referendum is in the balance.
However, his conclusion that this is because Labour has failed to make its stance on the EU clear to voters is way off the mark.
It is a rerun of New Labour...
Saturday 11th Jun 2016
JEREMY CORBYN added to mounting speculation that he wants Ed Miliband in his shadow cabinet yesterday by refusing to be pinned down on the former leader’s return.
In an interview on Pienaar’s Politics on the BBC’s Radio 5 on the EU referendum campaign trail, the...
Monday 30th May 2016
SPECULATION that Ed Miliband could head back to Labour’s front benches grew today after the former party leader joined Jeremy Corbyn at a pre-EU referendum campaign event.
Mr Corbyn and Mr Miliband visited Raventhorpe solar farm as they defended Britain’s EU membership,...
Friday 27th May 2016
Labour’s rightwingers are expert at spinning the blame for the party’s electoral losses away from their own divisive and cynical antics, says CHELLEY RYAN
Wednesday 25th May 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
ED MILIBAND believes Jeremy Corbyn is tough enough to beat the Tories and become the next prime minister.
The former Labour leader made a rare media intervention this weekend in which he branded the government a joke and backed his successor to secure victory in 2020.
Monday 21st Mar 2016
posted by Luke James in Britain