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Ed Miliband promises to help those struggling to cope with rising prices and launches a radical plan to train British apprentices

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A day of distraction for Ed Miliband. He obviously wanted the labor conference to focus on his new policy announcements on the minimum wage, on apprenticeship and immigration. But instead, Day 1 of the conference began with an angry backlash against his plans to loosen the links between Labor and the Trade Unions.

-We are proud of who we are and what we have achieved on our way of social justice. We are certainly not going to accept any advice on democracy and transparency from the people who brought us the cash for honours scandals.

A sign of trouble ahead for Mr. Miliband.

Inside the hall, it's the future of Labor's links with the Trade Unions that's stirring up controversy. But outside the hall it's the shocking revelations by Damian McBride about feuds, plots and smears that is alarming the delegates here.

Mr. Mcbride,Golden Brown's former spin doctor has admitted in his memoirs destroying the labor leadership ambition of  Blair Weighs, John Reid and Charles Clock, and smearing another minister Yvonne Louise.

-Everyone is fed up. It just turned firms(?) up. No one wants politics what it is about, what it is meant to be about, the big issue. I think the else should be concentrating.

-People like to sell books, don't they? But I don't think it's helpful to conduct yourself in that way at all.

-I think it's a real shame that our politics has come to this. And our politics doesn't seem to be about actually debating issues any more and seems to be about listening to(?) a clash of personalities.

The Labour leader who is also formerly in the brown in a circle found himself being interrogated about Mr. McBride.

-I was concerned about the activities of Damian McBride and indeed I complained to Gordon Brown .

-What did you know that he was doing when you complained?

-I was worried that there were indications in his brief against colleagues.You know how it is in politics people, people tell you the things that are going on and you have enough suspicion as they are.so that was something I made clear to Gordon. I haven't thought it was damaging to the Labour Party.

-Did you go to Golden Brown and say,get rid of this guy?

-I did, yes.

Others close to Golden Brown will also challenge about what they knew about Mr. McBride.

-We know he did know and work with your husband Exchequer Chancellor and did Mr McBride ever come around your house?

-No.

-Not once, not ever?

Labour now hopes to kick on from the distraction of day 1 of its conference onto the economy. And Ed Balls will be hoping he doesn't fall flat on his face again.

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[Homework]2013-09-28 英国工党将推“外国工人带学徒计划”

A day of distraction for Ed Miliband. He obviously want the labor donference to focus on his new policy announcements on the minimum wage of apprenticeship and immigration. But instead, they wanted the conference to begin with an angry backlash against his plans to loosen the links between Labor and the Trade Unions.
We are proud who we are and what we have achieved on our way of social justice. We are certainly not gonna accept any advice on democracy and transparency from previous cash-for-honor scandals.
A sign of trouble ahead for Mr. Miliband.
Inside the hall, it's the future of labor's links with the Trade Union that stirring up controversy, but outside the hall it's the shocking revelation by Damiel about fuse, plots and smears that is alarming the delegates here.
Mr. Mcbride,Golden Brown's former spin-doctor has admitted in his memoirs destroying the labor leadership ambition of blare at John and Charles, and smearing another minister Ivon.
Everyone is fed up. No one wants politics as what it is about, what it is meant to be about, the biggest thing as for what we should be, concentration.
People like to sell books, don't they? But I don't think it's helpful to conduct yourself in that way at all.
I think it's a real shame that our politics has come to this. And our politics doesn't seem to be about actually debating issues any more and seems to be about listing a clash of personalities.
The Labour leader who is also formerly in the brown in a circle found himself being interrogated about Mr. McBride.
I was concerned about the activity about David McBride and did I complain to golden brown about it.
What did you know that he was doing when you complained?
I was worried there were indications in his brief against colleagues.You know what is like in politics people, people tell you the things that are going on and you have enough suspicion as they are. Yet that was something I made, I haven't thought it was damaging to the Labour Party.
Others close to golden brown will also challenge about what they knew about Mr. McBride.
We know he did know and work with your husband M chancellor and has Mr McBride
ever come around your house?
No.
Not once, not ever.
Labour now hopes to kick on from the distraction of day 1 of its conference onto the economy. And B will be hoping he doesn't fall flat on his face again.


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[Homework]2013-09-28 英国工党将推“外国工人带学徒计划”

A day of distractions for Ed Miliband, he obviously wanted the Labour's conference to focus on his new policy announcements on the minimum wage, apprenticeships and immigration. But instead they wanted the conference began with an angry backlash against his plans to loosen the links between labour and trade unions.

We are proud of who we are and what we have achieved by way of social justice. We are certainly not going to accept any advice on democracy and transparency from preamble as the cash for all the scandals. A sign of trouble ahead for Mr. Miliband.

Inside the hall, it is the future of Labour's links with trade unions that is stiring up controversy. But outside the hall, it's the shocking revelations by DM about huge plot and smears that are alarming the delegates here. Mr MB, Gordon Brown's former spin doctor, has admitted in his memoir, destroying the Labour leadership ambitions of BR, JR, CC and smearing another minister HL.

Everyone just turns folks off. No one wants politics to be about this. It meant to be about the big issues..

People like to sell books, but I don't think it's helpful to conduct yourself in that way at all.

I think it is a real shame that our politics has come to this. And our politics doesn't seem to be about actually debating issues any more. It seems to be about the clashes of personalities.

The Labour leader, who is also formerly in the Brown inner circle, found himself being interrogated about Mr MB. I was concerned about the activities of D and B . And did I complained to GB about it? I was worried that there were indications used briefly against colleagues. You know it's like in politics people telling these things are going on and you have enough suspicion that they are. So that was something I make clear to Gordon, for it was damaging to the Labour party. I did, yes.

Others close to Gordon Brown were also challenged about what they knew about Mr MG.
We know he didn't know and work with your husband, shadow chancellor.
Did Mr MG ever come around your house? No.
Not once, not ever.

Labour now hopes to kick on from the distractions they want of this conference onto the economy. But their boards will be hoping he doesn't fall flat on his face again.
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A day ofdestructions for Ed Miliband. He obviously wanted labor’s conference to focuson his new policy announcements on the minimum wage of apprenticeships andimmigration. But instead, day one of the conference began with an angrybacklash against his plans to loosen the links between labor and the tradeunions.
We are proud ofwho we are and what we have achieved by wide social justice. We are certainly notgonna accept any advice on democracy and transparency from ? of the cash-for-honor scandals.
A sign of troubleahead for Mr. Miliband. Inside the hall is thefuture of Labor’s links with the trade union that stirring up controversy. Butoutside the hall it is shocking revelations by DM about fuse, plots, and smearsthat is alarming the delegates here.
Mr. MB, GordonBrown’s former spin doctor, has admitted in his memoir destroying the laborsleadership ambitions of blare at JR and CC andsmearing another minister IL.
Everyone is fedup. Just turn votes up. No one wants politics about this. This is meant to beabout the biggest thing we should be concentrated on.
People like tosell books don’t they? But I don’t think it is helpful to conduct yourself inthat way at all.
I think it is areal shame that our politics has come to this. And the politics doesn’t seem beabout actually debating issues any more. It seems to be about listing a clash of personalities.
The labor leaderwho was also formerly in a Brown in a circle, finding himself being interrogatedabout Mr. McBride.
I was concernedabout the activities of D McBride and did I complain to Gordon Brown about it.
What he was doingwhen you complained?
I was worried thatthere were indicators he was briefing against colleagues. You know this is likein politics people, people tell you these things are going on, then you haveenough suspicion as they are, so that is something I may be clear to go,nothing was damaging to the to the labor party.
Did you getsomeone to get rid of this guy? I did, yes.
Others close toGordon Brown were also challenged about what they knew about Mr. McBride.
We know he didknow what with your husband to shut a chancellor.
Has Mr. McBrideever come round to your house?
No.
Not once not ever.
Labors now hope tokick on from the destructions of the day one of its conference onto theeconomy. And Ball will be hoping he doesn’t fall flat on its face.
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A day of distractions for Ed Miliband. He obviously wanted Labor’s conference to focus on his new policy announcements on the minimum wage, apprenticeship and immigration. But instead, day one of the conference began with an angry backlash against his plans to loosen the links between Labor and trade unions.

“We are proud of who we are and what we have achieved on our way of social justice. We are certainly not going to accept any advice on democracy and transparency from the people who brought us the cash for honors scandals.”

A sign of trouble ahead for Mr. Miliband.

“Inside the hall, it’s the future of Labor’s links with the Trade Unions that’s stirring up controversy. But outside the hall, it’s the shocking revelations by Damian McBride about feuds, plots and smears that are alarming the delegates here.”

Mr. McBride, Gordon Brown’s former spin doctor has admitted in his memoirs destroying the Labor leadership ambitions of Blair Weighs, John Reid and Charles Clock, and smearing another minister Yvonne Louise.

“Everyone is fed up. It just turns verbs up. No one wants politic. What it’s about, politics? What it is meant to be about, the big issue. I think that’s should be concentrating on.”

“People like to sell books, don’t they? But I don’t think it’s helpful to conduct yourself in that way at all.”

“I think it’s a real shame that our politics has come to this, and our politics doesn’t seem to be about actually debating issues anymore and seems to be about listing the clash of personalities.”

The Labor leader who was also formerly in the Brown inner circle found himself being interrogated about Mr. McBride.

“I was concerned about the activities of Damian McBride and I, indeed I complained to Gordon Brown about this.”

“What did you know that he was doing when you complained?”

“I was worried that there were indications in his briefing against colleagues. You know what it’s like Politics. People, people tell you the things that are going on and you have enough suspicion that they are. So that was something that I made clear to Gordon. I thought what was damaging the Labor Party.”

“Did you go to Gordon Brown and say: get rid of this guy?”

“I did, yes.”

Others close to Gordon Brown were also challenged about what they knew about Mr. McBride.

“We know he did know and was with your husband Exchequer Chancellor. And did Mr. McBride has ever come to your house?”

“No.”

“Not once, not ever.”

Labor now hopes to kick on from the distractions of Day one of its conference onto the economy. And Ed Balls will be hoping he doesn't fall flat on his face again.

Jon Craig, Sky News, Brighton.
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