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NEW LIEbour's rising stars. Are these two champagne socialists looking out for the "working class", or are they out for their own benefit and a large bank account. I leave the reader to make up thir own minds.

 

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/mps-expenses/5325590/Ed-Balls-and-Yvette-Cooper-flipped-homes-three-times-MPs-expenses.html

 

Angel.

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New Labour Government = won't happen.

 

Ed Miliband is even more of a prize prat than Gordon Brown IMO.

 

 

 

Plagiarized from another forum, this is the future if labour get in again.....

 

"Welcome to the Northern Territory of Europe.....previously known as Britain.....last conquered in AD43 by the Romans...held off invasions by the French and Germans in two wars but finally saw the light and capitulated in 2015. The Vice President of Europe for the Northern Territory, Ms Yvette Cooper, said it was a wonderful day when her husband Mr Ed Balls, then leader of the Socialist Liberal Alliance, had won the last election to be held in the old country of Britain with an overwhelming majority and had immediately handed over the administration to the EU"

 

 

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The Champagne Socialists, and you would vote for these - again.

 

"Ed Milliband, leader of the opposition. Miliband was educated at Primrose Hill Primary School, Camden and then Haverstock Comprehensive School in Chalk Farm, North London. He completed his A Levels and was a violinist whilst at school. As a teenager he worked as an intern to Tony Benn. Miliband read Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, taking a Bachelor of Arts, followed by the London School of Economics, where he obtained a Masters in Economics. After a brief career in television journalism, Miliband became a speechwriter and researcher for Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury Harriet Harman in 1993, and then for Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown the following year. In 1997, following Labour's landslide election victory, Miliband was appointed as one of Gordon Brown's special advisers. in January 2004 he was appointed Chairman of HM Treasury's Council of Economic Advisers as a replacement for Ed Balls, with specific responsibility for directing the UK's long-term economic planning. In early 2005, Miliband resigned from the Treasury to stand for election.

 

Harriet Harman, deputy leader of the Labour Party. Harman was born in London to Anna Harman, a solicitor, married to a Harley Street physician John Bishop Harman. Her grandfather, ophthalmic surgeon Nathaniel Bishop Harman, was a prominent Unitarian. Her aunt was Elizabeth Pakenham, Countess of Longford, and her cousins include writers Lady Antonia Fraser, Rachel Billington, and Thomas Pakenham. Harman attended a fee-paying public school, St Paul's Girls' School and then the University of York, where she gained a BA in Politics. After qualifying as a lawyer, Harman worked for Brent Law Centre in London. Between 1978 and 1982, Harman was employed legal officer for the National Council for Civil Liberties. In this capacity, she was found in contempt of court by Mr Justice Hugh Park before becoming MP for Peckham in a by-election in 1982.

 

Ed Balls, shadow chancellor. Balls' father is the zoologist Michael Balls, criticised for campaigning against the grammar school system in Norfolk, then sending his son to fee-paying schools. Balls was born in Norwich and educated at Bawburgh Primary School in Norwich, Crossdale Drive Primary School in Nottinghamshire, and then the private all-boys Nottingham High School, where he played the violin (As did Milliband). He went on to attend attended Keble College, Oxford, where he gained a first class honours degree, before attending Harvard University as a Kennedy Scholar. Whilst at Oxford he was an active member of the Labour Club, but also signed up to the Conservative Association. Whilst at Oxford he was a founding member of the all-male drinking club, The Steamers. He joined the Financial Times as a writer in 1990 until his appointment as an economic adviser to Shadow Chancellor Gordon Brown in 1994. When Labour won the 1997 general election, Brown became Chancellor and Balls continued to work as an economic adviser to him. He went on to serve as Chairman of HM Treasury's Council of Economic Advisers. While he was chief economic adviser to the Treasury, Balls attended the Bilderberg annual conference of politicians, financiers and businessmen in 2001 and 2003, and returned to the United Kingdom on Conrad Black's private jet on both occasions. Remained a senior advisor to Gordon Brown until election in 2004.

 

Yvette Cooper, shadow home secretary and wife of Ed Balls. Born in Inverness, her father is Tony Cooper, former General Secretary of the Union Prospect, a member of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and a former Chairman of the British Nuclear Industry Forum. He was appointed to the government's Energy Advisory Panel by the Conservatives. She was educated at the comprehensive Eggar's School on London Road in Holybourne near Alton and Alton College. She studied at Balliol College, Oxford where she was awarded first class honours in Philosophy, Politics and Economics. She gained a Kennedy Scholarship in 1991 to Harvard University and finished her studies with an MSc in Economics at the London School of Economics. She began her career as an economics researcher for the Shadow Chancellor John Smith in 1990 before working in Arkansas for Democratic Presidential candidate Bill Clinton in 1992. Later in that year she became a policy advisor to new the Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury Harriet Harman and in 1994 became a research associate at the Centre for Economic Performance. In 1995 she became the economic correspondent of The Independent until her election to Parliament in 1997. Cooper and Balls have a joint salary of £282000 pa, plus expenses."

 

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Milliband was appointed one of Brown's special advisors

 

Hmmm........................... So how much does he know about Brown's giveaway of our gold reserves?

In January 2004 he was appointed Chairman of HM Treasury's Council of Economic Advisers with specific responsibility for directing the UK's long-term economic planning.

That did'nt work very well did it?

The question now before us is; What is the difference between a Tory toff and a Labour toff? Naff all IMO.

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NEW LIEbour's rising stars. Are these two champagne socialists looking out for the "working class", or are they out for their own benefit and a large bank account. I leave the reader to make up thir own minds.

 

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/mps-expenses/5325590/Ed-Balls-and-Yvette-Cooper-flipped-homes-three-times-MPs-expenses.html

 

Angel.

 

Labour stopped looking out for what you term the working class years ago. But give me a champagne socialist over an embittered two-up two-down Tory anyday.

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In the old days it was easy to work out, Labour for the working masses, Tory's for the wealthy. Problem these days they have merged almost together, all the Parasites are wealthy and looking after their wealth, instead of the people who they represent.

 

Glad I voted Ukip.

 

 

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