Ed Miliband’s policy pledges at a glance – kittysjones

Thanks to kittysjones for the following:


Yesterday, Ed Miliband made these 15 promises to every UK voter. We need to share these widely because we know the mainstream media will never mention them.


With many thanks to Vital Voter Views for this meme.

A summary of Labour’s key policies.

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10 thoughts on “Ed Miliband’s policy pledges at a glance – kittysjones

  1. joanna may

    Wow this looks like a very promising start, next he should scrap the WRAG and migrate everyone onto the support group, but changing the name and, change the WCA back to the PCA, only because it seems fairer.
    Then action must be taken against IDS, Mcvey, Freud and all the others. In an Ideal world they would be forced into financial penury!!!!

  2. hilary772013

    Thanks Mike & kittyjones I did watch Ed’s speech but seeing it all in print has just made me make my decision of who I will be voting for as you know I have been undecided & critical in the past of Labour & it’s leader but after seeing all the main points in print I will be voting Labour come 2015, unless something drastic happens.

    Thanks again x

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      What a strange comment. Are you trying to undermine these entirely reasonable plans, that have been set up very carefully over the last few years?

  3. jaypot2012

    These promises are good but I’d love to know what they are going to do with the disabled, the poor, the unemployed etc.
    I don’t like Ed Balls, I think he’s quite sly, plus, he’s just not the right man for the job imo.

  4. Joan Edington

    That all sounds very nice but will we then see all these promises being deleted from social media pages just like the Tories?

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      Do you have any evidence to suggest that Labour would ever do such a thing? Has Labour ever done so in the past, and if you think so, can you demonstrate it?

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