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Can Miliband win on welfare?

Ed finally has a plan. Will it work?

By Daniel Cohen  

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In his almost three years as leader of the Labour party, Ed Miliband has faced repeated criticism that he lacks coherent, concrete policies. The din has grown louder as 2015 approaches, and it has spread to parts of Miliband’s own party. He and his team will hope that his speech today at Newham Dockside puts those charges to rest. After three years of prevaricating, he’s throwing a manifesto’s worth of policies at the wall in one go.

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