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The best for Britain?

Pictures from ‘The Mirror’s’ Labour Party conference provide illustration just how awful a government led by Ed Miliband would be for Britain

 

On Tuesday night, The Mirror hosted a party on the set of Coronation Street in Manchester. The guests numbered not only many of the cast but also the Labour leader Ed Miliband and his Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls. The pictures speak for themselves.

 

Ed Miliband attempts a selfie at the party with a guest
Labour leader Ed Miliband MP attempts a selfie at the party with a guest
Ed Balls is a man who ought to be barred from government
Ed Balls MP is a man who ought to be barred from government
Other guests included John Prescott and the comedian Eddie Izzard
Other guests included Lord Prescott and the comedian Eddie Izzard
And finally, Diane Abbott MP poses with a poster that predicts something that thankfully is unlikely to happen
And finally, Diane Abbott MP poses with a poster that predicts something that thankfully is unlikely to happen

Of the event, The Mirror suggested:

 

“We think Ed’s next visit in TV land should be the stage at Britain’s Got Talent. It would be a yes from us”.

 

After his terrible conference speech on Tuesday, we can’t say we agree and we doubt the electorate will be backing Ed Miliband either.

 

 

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8 comments on “The best for Britain?”

  1. Ed Milliband is one of the most important and singularly the best asset in the Conservative Party’s war chest. Long may he remain leading Labour. Unless of course Ed Balls wants to depose him – I’m not sure the Labour elite are that stupid though.

  2. Sadly, if you do the maths a Labour LibDem coalition is the most likely outcome at the next election. Unless the Conservative Party does a deal with UKIP.

    Labour just needs to get enought seats so that in coalition with the LIb Dems they get more than 326 seats. It is very much in the LibDems to switch sides next time to strengthen their position as kingmakers. It is hard to imagine the Conservatives increasing their seat count, given the UKIP challenge.

    1. Could it be possible, on a Confidence and Supply basis, that the UUP and PUP plus UKIP support a minority Conservative government but demand the head of the useless Cameron?

  3. They are ordinary people. Is Alistair Campbell back in the house? Alistair had Tony Blair play the guitar and kick balls, he even had Cherie juggle balls. What is it about Balls.

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