The fallout from Emily Thornberry’s ‘snobbish’ photo of a flag-furnished house in Rochester looks like it still has plenty of gas. The house’s owner, Dan Ware, has travelled to Thornberry’s… Continue reading The post Ed Miliband reveals he ‘feels respect’ whenever he sees a white van appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Fancy predicting the future under an Ed Miliband administration? Well, look no further than Labour-run Camden Council at present. Proudly serving their 229,000 constituents (or just 56 of them, as we shall read later) since gaining control of the Town Hall back in 2010. Show More Summary
The Independent seems unimpressed at the steps attempt to restore the political fortunes of the Labour leader, Ed Miliband. Now I agree with the newspaper's assessment although not out of any personal malice, I just think that it's a...Show More Summary
After a stern talking-to from Ed Miliband, Islington MP Emily Thornberry has apologised for tweeting a picture from the Rochester by-election that was taken as a sneer at patriotic White Van… Continue reading The post Emily Thornberry apologises for Rochester White Van Man tweet appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
A petition has been started to get Myleene Klass fired from her role at Littlewoods after she humiliated Ed Miliband on ITV's political programme 'The Agenda'. And the half-Austrian, half-Filipino musician and model has also been told by a Labour candidate that she should leave the country. Show More Summary
Ironic Tory roars greeted Miliband’s ascent to the vertical at PMQs today. He assumed his habitual spanked puppy look. It’s quite a sight, Ed’s expression of frosty endurance. Part dismay,… Continue reading The post PMQs sketch: Labour and Ed Miliband are the ones who are really out of touch appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Myleene Klass had a bit of a go at Ed Miliband last night when she appeared next to the Labour leader on The Agenda. She was very cross about what… Continue reading The post Myleene Klass attacks Ed Miliband’s ‘sexy’ mansion tax appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Can you out-Ukip Ukip? Depending on which day of the week it is, both mainstream political parties think you can and you can’t. Last week Ed Miliband said you couldn’t… Continue reading The post Responding to Ukip shouldn’t just mean talking about immigration appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Martin Kettle writing in The Guardian lays bare the poverty of ambition that defines the Labour Party these days. Under Ed Miliband's leadership the best Labour can hope for is to scrape home as the largest party, but with only one third...Show More Summary
Ed Miliband seems to be upsetting just about everybody these days including the lifelong Labour Party supporter, actress Maureen Lipman. Careless talk costs votes, Mr Miliband, so chew on that The Labour leader’s demand that the government...Show More Summary
The risks of an election can be avoided by not holding one Sixty thousand tweets of support for Ed Miliband this last week may have put a dampener on speculation about his leadership survival prospects, though not as much as the definitive statement from Alan Johnson ruling himself out of any future contest. For all […]
Alex Massie proves that the art has not been lost in Britain: A Labour party determined to win would not have chosen to be led by Ed Miliband. A Labour party truly enthused by the prospect of returning to power would not have kept Ed as leader long past the point at which it became […]
While the entire regiment of political reporters continue to pursue the non-story of the non-rebellion against Ed Miliband, based mainly on them repeating their own abuse of Mr Miliband and then producing this abuse as evidence of the fact that...
Earlier today, Ukip leader Nigel Farage sent what appeared to be a typewritten letter to Ed Miliband challenging him to a head-to-head debate. The Labour leader has now used a more… Continue reading The post Ed Miliband turns down head-to-head debate with Nigel Farage appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Ed Miliband’s make-or-break speech this morning was fine. That’s fine as in it did the job just fine, rather than that it was a fine speech that his party will… Continue reading The post Ed Miliband’s make-or-break speech: ‘I’m willing to put up with whatever is thrown at me’ appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has challenged Ed Miliband to a head-to-head debate following comments by the leader of the opposition in a speech earlier today. In his speech, Miliband criticised "UKIP values", saying: "What we will never do is try to out-UKIP, UKIP. Show More Summary
The leader renews his vows with the party & role as underdog The grassroots response to Ed Miliband’s recent leadership uncertainties showed more enthusiasm for his leadership than at any other time – including at the point of his election. While certain MPs were wobbling, the party’s foot soldiers and supporters were bashing out 60,000 […]
Credits: Getty Images Alt Text: Labour leader Ed Miliband Labour comes out fighting, saying he has the 'mettle' to tackle 'vested forces' in 'zero-zero' economy One-Minute Read Thursday, November 13, 2014 - 1:53pm Ed Miliband has admitted...Show More Summary
Here's how The Sunday Times reported the results of its own YouGov opinion poll which says that Ed Miliband's popularity ratings are even worse than this of Nick Clegg. Ouch is all I can say, because that has to hurt and in a sigh of...Show More Summary
The knives are out again for Ed Miliband this morning. But the Labour leader is the least of his party’s problems. Labour has still not come up with answers to… Continue reading The post Labour’s two biggest problems—and neither of them is Ed Miliband appeared first on Spectator Blogs.