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Miliband said that the veteran left-wing campaigner, who died at the age of 88 after serving in the cabinet throughout the 1970's, would be remembered as a champion of the powerless. However, former Chancellor Denis Healey said the far-left views of
If the party did not win any seats at the next general election and Labour took office without promising an in/out EU referendum he would resign, he said. "I will have failed," Mr Farage said. "I will have spent years trying to achieve this goal." EU
Media playback is unsupported on your device Spending plan 'paid for and costed', says Ed Balls 16 March 2014 Last updated at 10:15 GMT Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls told Andrew Marr that all of Labour's proposed spending were all "paid for and costed".
Britain's leader of the opposition Labour party Ed Miliband delivers a speech at Battersea Power Station in London November 5, 2013 file photo. A future Labour government would only hold a referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union
The rise of the UK Independence Party poses the biggest threat to mainstream politics for a generation as it appeals to the 30 per cent of the electorate who feel left behind by the three main parties...Although the right-wing Eurosceptic party has
David Cameron's tax break for married couples would be scrapped immediately by an incoming Labour Government, Ed Balls has announced. The shadow Chancellor argued that it would be fairer to use the money for tax cuts for people on low and middle
The veteran Labour Party politician Tony Benn has died. According to a statement by his family, the 88-year-old died at his London home early Friday morning. A statement by his family reads: It is with
It was easy to imagine, as he was speaking at the London Business School, how daunting it must have been for Ed Miliband to step out of the shadow of a Labour Prime Minister who became party leader after his predecessor's untimely death, was a serial
Ian Davidson, chairman of the Scottish Affairs Select Committee, was speaking after claims experienced maintenance workers were leaving the rail industry. It was said they left rather than accept contracts which do not guarantee work or pay. One rail