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Most recent annotations on things by Ed Miliband

  • George Morley: If you read the annotation that I put against David Cameron you will see that what I said to him applies equally to you and the Labour party. All blather and no content when it comes to... (12 December 2013)
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  • Lee Maguire: "Omnishambles" alludes to an insult delivered by the character Malcolm Tucker in the comedy series "The Thick of It" (Series 3, episode 1). (24 April 2012)
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  • Kaihsu Tai: Ed Miliband did not return Caroline Lucas in kind by addressing her as ‘my hon. Friend’. (1 June 2010)
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  • John Byng: Edward Milliband rightly says that there is an enormous amount to do to explain the changes that are needed to deliver the Government's climate change targets. But the Government is making that... (8 December 2009)
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  • Joe Henshaw: What a joke. This Government has utterly caved-in to the opencast lobby; MPG3:1999 has been rendered utterly useless by planning case law since 2005. The last hope was with a Labour SoS who... (2 December 2009)
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  • Fenton Robb: Milliband is wrong to reject this point and to fail to acknowledge that the Government's delay in deciding to go ahead with nuclear has put supplies at risk. Miliband indulged in personal... (7 November 2009)
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  • Paul Rutherford: The whole aspect of carbon capture and its implications or necessity has never been properly debated. The theory is based on the findings of a few scientists who do not seem to realise that one... (6 November 2009)
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  • Gary Elliott: Presumably sometime before the next election? (10 July 2009)
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  • Graham Stanley: Ed. Miliband's response is woefully inadequate and startlingly incomplete and complacent! Measures such as those cited 'for people of the gas grid' will affect only a tiny percentage of our... (10 July 2009)
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  • Graham Cook: There are many members of the IPCC who disagree with carbon being the cause of warming. Water vapour) is the main cause, carbon makes up a tiny percentage. There are a lot of things going on... (27 April 2009)
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  • Garry Lelliott: The tail end of this statement "....by increasing certainty for investors and removing unnecessary obstacles." should be ringing alarm bells in all corners of the land. Labour's craven grovelling... (24 April 2009)
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  • john samuells: This is the usual meaningless government waffle which means they will do absolutely nothing other than hold enquiries for many years to come. (Unless they are voted out at the next general election). (24 April 2009)
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  • Colin Wigglesworth: While it is taking tippy-toe steps in the right direction, the Government should instead put the issue of Nuclear Powered Britain on a war footing while it has the opportunity. The only other... (24 April 2009)
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  • will pitman: Graham, you are incredibly short sighted, never midn that you are ignoring hundreds of independent (from the government) studies, but you fail to realise that this is a huge economic possibility... (24 April 2009)
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  • Graham Cook: The scientific evidence is not conclusive and only certain parts of it are emphasised by this government. There is in fact an overwhelming spin on the facts which are being "sexed up" to put the... (24 April 2009)
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  • Richard Scott: There are alternative methods of using natural energy that need to be thoroughly researched. In particular hydro-electric energy. Could for instance tidal sections of the River Thames be used to... (7 March 2009)
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  • John Byng: Pull the other leg. Edward Milliband must know that the problems of climate change and the depletion of fossil fuel resources can not be solved by constraints on a growing aviation industry. ... (23 January 2009)
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  • S Hewlett: 2/10. Must do better. See Mr Johnson. (14 November 2008)
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  • Keith Byatt: It would have been nice if he had answered the question though!! (14 November 2008)
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  • Dennis Ambler: "The argument on the science of climate change has been won... It has? Perhaps this is Mr Miliband following the advice of IPPR, for whom his brother used to work: "Warm Words" IPPR... (20 October 2008)
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  • John Byng: Steve Webb is right to say that having an emissions target and leaving aviation out of the calculations is like going on a diet but not counting the cream cakes. Saddly Edward Miliband’s... (17 October 2008)
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  • Daniel Watkins: That said, many post offices were closed under the last Conservative government. It's almost as if the post office network is not sustainable in its current form... (21 March 2008)
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  • Andrew James: as usual the Minister is talking out of his seat! The truth is Labour have closed Post Ofiices and are planning to close many more! (20 March 2008)
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