Tag Archives: Miliband

Balls left with the washing up

Two Conservative women have made election history today. Andrea Jenkyns has just won the Morley & Outwood seat by defeating Ed Balls, Shadow Chancellor and close associate of Ed Miliband.  She scored 18,776 votes (39%), beating Ed Balls into second … Continue reading

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A joyful awakening

The provisional results of the general election certainly make for a joyful awakening or they would have done if I had slept last night!  They have confounded the pollsters who managed to get it consistently wrong until 2:00 am this … Continue reading

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The gap between the poor and the rich

I don’t suppose you would expect me to feel any liking for Ed Miliband and you are right.  In fact, I feel complete horror that he might end up as this country’s next Prime Minister.  The reason is simple.  Miliband … Continue reading

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Miliband savaged by Oxford Labour Party

I repeat below an extract from the Huffington Post blog with some amusement.   Ed Miliband’s policy agenda has been branded “pathetic”, “catastrophic”, “mealy-mouthed” and “bland” by the Labour Party’s grassroots.  The criticism for much of Labour’s policy platform came … Continue reading

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Memo to George Osborne

With Olympimania about to envelop us, there is a danger that some elementary truths about our economic position are being subtly erased from the public memory. the worldwide banking crisis started in the US with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac … Continue reading

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