Ed Miliband, leader of the Labour Party, in a speech launching Labour’s Manifesto today in Manchester, said:
Today I present our plan for the working people of our country.
On behalf of all of you in our party who have contributed to it.
And on behalf of all of you in the country who have inspired it.
My case is simple:
Britain can be better.
For you, your family and our country.
And in the change I offer, I am guided by one simple truth:
It is only when working people succeed that Britain succeeds.
Because I believe the wealth,…
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