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Friday, May 31, 2013

More problems for Ed

As if it wasn't bad enough that the Labour leader finds himself less trusted than Gordon Brown in an opinion poll last week, now some of his party's largest donors are piling in to point out the obvious, Labour don't have a coherent message on the economy.

Yesterday's Independent reports that John Mills, the head of the television home shopping retailer JML, has warned the party that it still lacks a “credible” economic message about how to get Britain’s economy growing again. He said the party was “policy-light” and had still to develop a “compelling message” to take into the election.

Mr Mills also criticised the party’s position on Europe, warning that Ed Miliband’s opposition to offering an EU referendum pledge could be a vote-loser in 2015.
I've certainly given them enough hints ... at least the Labour Party is open to the idea of 'Winning the Future' in terms of future job and wealth creation...


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