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So Ed Millibands keynote speech didn’t go down as well as he expected; I’m sure that the audience thought he was the cabaret at the interval with the one liners he was coming out with,

“Yes, I know you are angry” – Hilarious

“Industrial action is wrong while in talks with the Government” – It’s the way I tell ’em (said with an irish accent).

So he should be heckled with a few tomatoes and cabbages thrown as well. It is the same appeasing rhetoric he used on March 26th, announcing that he understands the anger at the cuts in services (ironically Mayfair was being smashed up as he spoke), but striking is not the answer.

What is the answer – it’s obvious that all the parties ‘are in it together’, whilst we are in it on our own.