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Ed Miliband is right and wrong about poverty

He is mistaken in equating inequality and poverty

By AC Grayling   March 2016

File photo dated 02/05/15 of former Labour leader Ed Miliband unveiling Labour's pledges carved into a stone plinth in Hastings during the General Election campaigning, as the party is being investigated by the elections watchdog over its failure to submit receipts for the so-called Ed Stone.

There is now a consensus—not a belief, not an hypothesis, nor a policy position—but a consensus…

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