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Labour Party: People want to see the substance of David Cameron's policies, not more glossy posters - Milibandfrom Labour Party News

News   •   Feb 16, 2010 09:38 GMT

Ed Miliband MP, Labour’s Environment Secretary and Manifesto co-ordinator responding to the Tories' poster launch today said:

"People want to see the substance of David Cameron's policies, not more glossy posters.

“As soon as you scratch the surface, it's clear that things are not quite as the Conservatives would have people believe - whether it's their statistics on crime or teenage pregnancies.

“It wasn't that long ago David Cameron was posing with huskies but now there is no mention of climate change or the environment in his list of top ten priorities.

“No amount of glossy re-branding can disguise that fact that the Tories would put the recovery at risk, cut frontline services immediately and end child tax credits for families on modest incomes."

UPDATE:

Of course, the Labour Party knew that Ed Miliband is the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change.

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