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Ed Miliband
politics england britain 335,313 followers
The killing of James Foley is an appalling act. We will support government both to find the perpetrators and combat the threat of ISIL
Scots have always been part of leading the UK. In one month they vote on whether to leave. I hope they say No and stay in the UK #LabourNo
My statement on the situation on Mount Sinjar in Iraq:…
Talking jobs,pensions, trade & achieving social justice across UK with @Ed_Miliband @GemmaWDMP in Clydebank #indyref
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I've just been to Braehead & Stirling. Lots of people wanted to stop & chat - most say we're #BetterTogether.
The Tories have let women down. Another 5 years of them risks turning the clock back even further for working women
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100 years to deliver equal pay for women? We won’t stand for that. That’s #TheChoice in 2015
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We know that the people who would stand to lose most from Scotland leaving UK are those who have the least.
Our message to Alex Salmond: If you care about social justice in our country, you can't leave the economics to guesswork.
A century to win equal pay for women? That's just shameful - well said @GloriaDePieroMP
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On the most basic question of economics - Scotland's currency - the Yes campaign has no answer.
RETWEET: Five more years of the Tories risks ever larger numbers of people unable to get the social care they need
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Labour would fund NHS by integrating social care & health" @leicesterliz on the #TheChoice btwn Labour & Tories…
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Rise in care home fees outstrips earnings by 54 per cent via @Telegraph…
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Under David Cameron: The number of older people receiving home-delivered meals has more than halved
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50yrs ago today began work as apprentice Mining Engineer. 50 yrs a Trade Unionist: 27yrs a Labour MP and voting NO Thanks 18 Sept.
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Well done Alistair. Showed that Better Together offers the best of both worlds and Alex Salmond has no answers on the key questions.
The number of working people who need housing benefit is set to double - a direct result of the Tory low-wage economy
We’ll cut the benefits bill with: A higher minimum wage Support for a living wage 200,000 new homes per year by 2020
I’m proud of Labour’s record on devolution. That’s why I support more powers, guaranteed, for the Scottish Parliament.