What were the main words and themes used in Ed’s speech?

2nd October, 2012 5:45 pm

The eager beavers at PoliticsHome have worked up a transcript of Ed Miliband’s speech, so we’ve pulled out the main words – unsurprisingly “Britain”, “Country” and “People” feature heavily. This speech was a triumph for Blue Labour. But more on that later…

 

 

 

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  • Mr Arthur Cook

    Yes – splendid indeed. I’d agree with the sentiments. And the ideological base. The moral strands which run through it. I’ll salute the principles.

    All excellent stuff.
    And now for part two.
    What mechanisms can be employed to convert such aspirations to a reality?
    Market?
    “Competition”?”Competitive tendering”?The “energy” of the “private sector”.The principle are not contended…….the mechanisms by which social justice can be achieved are.

    …..ay, there’s the rub.

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