Labor leader Ed Milliband fights back

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Labor leader Ed Milliband fights back
13th November 2014

After days of damaging reports over his leadership skills, Ed Miliband has today delivered his fightback speech.

Addressing supporters at the University of London, the Labour Leader said ‘what didn't kill him would make him stronger’.

This comes amid claims only 13 per cent of the population thinks he is ready to be the next Prime Minister.

Broadcaster Gavin Inskip joined The Evening News to talk about how the speech went down with the masses, and how the other political parties fancy their chances.

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