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Shadow Chancellor Blog

September 8, 2014

With a No vote Scotland can have the best of both worlds – my Daily Record article

In ten days people across Scotland will make an irreversible choice. The choice on the ballot paper is simple – “Should Scotland be an independent country?” I understand why many Scots are frustrated by the callous unfairness of David Cameron's Tory-led government. So am I. But voting for independence is not a [...]

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August 27, 2014

Transcript of Ed’s interview on the World at One

Ed Stourton: Before we talk about all that can I ask you about the story that is very much leading the news today which is events in Rotherham, and the resistance of the Police and Crime Commissioner to the idea that he should resign, which is something that your Party [...]

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July 30, 2014

The choice on the economy – my speech in Bedford

It’s great to be back here in Bedford supporting your campaign. Because it’s vital that we win here in this marginal constituency – and in seats across this region from Stevenage to Ipswich, Watford to Waveney – if we are to get the Tories out, elect a Labour government and start [...]

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July 25, 2014

My response to today’s GDP figures

At long last our economy is back to the size it was before the global banking crisis – three years after the US reached the same point. [...]

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September 11, 2014

My Digital Campaign – tell me what you think

It wasn’t very long ago that if you wanted to contact someone you rang them up, sent them a note or went to see them. Now we can message most people through Facebook, we can send pictures instantly to family on the other side of the world, pay bills in [...]

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September 10, 2014

My column in the Morley Observer

On Friday I was in the House of Commons for a crucial vote on the Government’s controversial Bedroom Tax. Locally, since its introduction in April last year, many local people who have been affected have been in touch with me. The cases range from a disabled lady who was asked [...]

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September 3, 2014

Support for Blind Veterans UK

Our veterans deserve our support and admiration for their service to Britain. But those who are injured serving in the armed forces deserve particular support and recognition. [...]

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