How should Miliband argue the cuts?

22 October 2010

The BBC’s Norman Smith discusses how Labour should oppose the cuts with Head of Open Left Richard Darlington, former Cabinet Minister David Blunkett, former Select Committee Chair Barry Sherman and the Fabian Society’s Tim Horton.

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    February 7th, 2011 @ 6:47 pm

    The mess labour is in I’d say nothing for about twenty years.

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    This is great. My one quibble is it doesn’t show that we think Ed is wrong to say that some dilebsad people could work but don’t want to. It’s a difficult thing to do, trying to show the nuance without the details that might confuse the issue, but I do wish that point had come through.Still, it’s important the message is accessible to everyone, even at the cost of some nuance being lost.

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