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Artist or CreatorChristian Adams
Title or CaptionHouseholders' rights ...
Extent1 item
Published bySunday Telegraph
Date07 Oct 2012
FormatNewspaper
Embedded text or transcript"One Nation"
Person DepictedCameron; David (1966 Oct. 9-);
Miliband; Ed (Edward Samuel) (1969-)
NotesNews: "The Man with the Plan can't keep avoiding the Blond One;
The Mayor could steal the show in Birmingham. It should anger the Cameroons much more than it does. 'Let me say to you," declared Ed Miliband,"One Nation is not a way of avoiding the difficult decisions, it is a way of making the difficult decisions." It was this sentence in the Labour leader's conference speech that Steve Hilton seized upon as the rhetorical fault-line in an undoubtedly impressive performance: a sentence, Hilton claimed, that revealed the precise opposite of its surface meaning. According to Cameron's senior adviser emeritus - on leave of absence in California, but back in town to help prepare the PM for his own conference - Miliband's 46 mentions of the "One Nation" ethos and his annexation of traditional Tory terrain were a means of concealing vacuity rather than branding substance. ... Matthew D'Ancona, Sunday Telegraph
SubjectsLabour Party
Conservative Party
thieves
Slogans
blunderbusses
Copyright contact detailssyndication@telegraph.co.uk
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