October 3rd, 2013

Miliband Letter to Lord Rothermere in Full

Dear Lord Rothermere,

Yesterday I spoke at a memorial event held at Guy’s Hospital in London for my uncle, Professor Harry Keen, a distinguished doctor who died earlier this year. It was an event in a room on the 29th floor of Guy’s Hospital which was attended only by family members, close friends and colleagues.

I was told by one of my relatives late yesterday evening that a reporter from the Mail on Sunday had found her way into the event uninvited. I also discovered that, once there, she approached members of my family seeking comments on the controversy over the Daily Mail’s description of my late father as someone who “hated Britain”.

My wider family, who are not in public life, feel understandably appalled and shocked that this can have happened.

The Editor of the Mail on Sunday has since confirmed to my office that a journalist from his newspaper did indeed attend the memorial uninvited with the intention of seeking information for publication this weekend.

Sending a reporter to my late uncle’s memorial crosses a line of common decency. I believe it a symptom of the culture and practices of both the Daily Mail and the Mail on Sunday.

There are many decent people working at those newspapers and I know that many of them will be disgusted by this latest episode. But they will also recognise that what has happened to my family has happened to many others.

I believe no purpose would be served by me complaining to the Press Complaints Commission because it is widely discredited.

Instead, I am writing to you as the owners of the Daily Mail and the Mail on Sunday because I believe it is long overdue that you reflect on the culture of your newspapers. You should conduct your own swift investigation into who was responsible at a senior level for this latest episode and also who is responsible for the culture and practices of these newspapers which jar so badly with the values of your readers.

There are bigger issues for the people of Britain in the midst of the worst cost of living crisis for a century than intrusion into the life of my family. But the reaction of many people to the Daily Mail’s attacks on my father this week demonstrates that the way your newspapers have behaved does not reflect the real character of our country.

It is now your responsibility to respond.
Ed Miliband

Well this could be a blow to the ambitious plans of Mail on Sunday Editor Geordie Greig.


129 Comments

  1. 1
    He's a bad un says:

    Ed is determined to drag his family into the media and use them for political gain isn’t he.

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    • 4
      Vote UKIP - don't get owned says:

      I think it is fairly clear that if Miliband is elected he will close down newspapers he does not approve of.

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      • 23
        Anonymous says:

        Thank f_ck for that as they’re all shit.

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        • 30
          Aaron D Highside says:

          McBride, Draper, Mandelson and Campbell are all shocked, I’ve heard.

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        • 67
          Bloody Nose says:

          You know what? hate to say it, but Miliband is right.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Miliband asks us to revere his father as he does.Sorry, the man was an extreme marxist and Ed is following in his father’s footsteps. Lets see again the photo of Ed grnning beside a guy wishing to dance on tne grave of Margaret Thatcher. Did Mr. Miliband give a thought for her children By the way, any word from David, the brother he shafted, on the affair?

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          • FTFoff says:

            What a slimy little hyocrite! His ilk are famous for crawling up everyone’s arses to find out how to plot and connive against them!
            This little shit wants to have the whole of GCHQworking for him!

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      • 71
        golly says:

        Yes the ghastly Marxist weasel is working up a steam for the upcoming Privy Council decision on Leveson an iniquity he of course supported in full. The wording of his letter is a barely veiled threat. Red Ed is a clear and present danger to free speech and democracy. Time to take him down.

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    • 26
      Yeah, right.... says:

      Worse than that. Look at that reference to ‘..the worst cost of living crisis in a century..’ . Making political hay from his uncle’s memorial service.

      Beyond despicable.

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    • 39
      Ed Miliband says:

      I would never use my family to make political capital….

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      • 92
        joolz says:

        poor kids, just think they have to grow up with this idiot as a father.

        Oh and when they see their birth certificates what will they think of weasel father.

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    • 74
      green ink says:

      Ed Miliband is not a bad ‘un just a misguided lightweight that can cling to nothing else other than the ramblings of his leftie father.

      He and the circle of lowlife surrounding him will always take what they see to be the most politically expedient option to promote their risible vision of how this country should be run and particularly why they are the best people to do it.

      The shadow cabinet is infested with double talking two faced hypocrites … the leader they have sets the tone and tenor of his socialist dream …and given they are an amalgam of his upbringing and the palpable training at the knees of Blair and Brown
      his arrogance is believing he is a potential Pm is no surprise.

      Plenty of MPs have very radical family roots… it is not hallowed turf that cannot be discussed … it is not a sin to have had such roots or even agree or disagree with those inherited influences but it is always unwise to use references in speeches attributing them if you are expecting that questions will not quite rightly be posed.

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    • 81
      Timmytour says:

      Thatta boy Ed….. Do your best to sound sincere but don’t miss out on the opportunity of dragging your current catchphrase “worst cost of living crisis for a century” into it.

      After all…what’s the point of feeling genuinely aggrieved unless you can make some political capital out of it??

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    • 105
      Anonymous says:

      He didnt need to mention this at all, one female reporter ? and why was an NHS Hospital the venue for a memorial service ? sounds rather odd.

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    • 126
      Mrs T says:

      Could someone turn down that socialist party on my grave Ed’s dad can’t get to sleep .
      Some people have no respect for the dead

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  2. 2
    Sandra in Accounts says:

    All this faux outrage & hurt from Milibot is utterly unbelievable.

    You would think he never met McBride & McMental or worked with & for them.

    You Father hated this country & worked to overthrow its institutions Miliband.

    Get the fuck over yourself.

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  3. 3
    Herr Balls says:

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  4. 5
    Weybridgeman says:

    Ahhhhh diddums – doesn’t like the way the nasty man behaves exactly the way he himself does? Ahhhh bless!

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  5. 7
    Oy Vey says:

    Can’t argue with that

    Some of you will though

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  6. 8
    Purpleline says:

    SO political and so upset this creature adds the cost of living ‘crisis’ into the last paragraph.

    This spat is pure left wing politics as can be seen by the players involved, where is David Miliband hiding, why has he not supported his Fathers ‘good’ name. Until he does we must consider this episode as pure Labour dirty tricks

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  7. 9
    Dave in H.R. says:

    On a practical note, dear: Couldn’t we just kill all Daily Mail readers and advertise®s? This would solve the problem surely?

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  8. 10
    Owen Jones says:

    David Cameron’s election guru owns and runs a mysterious offshore company in Malta, Guido Fawkes can reveal.

    The link between Lynton Crosby and the notorious tax haven will cause acute embarrassment to the PM, who has described legal ploys to avoid tax as “morally wrong”.

    Guido’s investigation has found that Mr Crosby’s Maltese firm Rutland is run from the offices of a trust firm specialising in “wealth preservation” and hiding the true identity of company owners.

    Mr Crosby’s spokesman yesterday refused our requests to reveal who really owns a large stake in Rutland, which has been put into the trust.

    He confirmed that Mr Crosby, an Australian who lives in the UK, is a non-domicile – or “non-dom” – and insisted he paid his “full tax obligations”.

    Last year, in the wake of revelations about TV comedian Jimmy Carr using a legal scheme to avoid tax, Mr Cameron said: “Some of these schemes we have seen are quite frankly morally wrong.

    “It is not fair on hardworking people who do the right thing and pay their taxes to see these sorts of scams.”

    Margaret Hodge, head of the Public Accounts Committee, said: “It beggars belief that the Tories are taking advice from a man who operates out of a notorious tax haven.”

    Labour MP Grahame Morris added: “They talk about One Nation but the guy pulling the strings is not resident for tax purposes.

    “It is bare-faced hypocrisy.”

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    • 19
      Dick Whittington's Cat says:

      Hmm…. “Labour MP Grahame Morris added: “They talk about One Nation but the guy pulling the strings is not resident for tax purposes.”

      False. One Nation = Labour

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    • 21
      Steve Miliband says:

      Margaret Hodge…..remind me about her Stemcor holdings

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    • 24
      Dougie says:

      I think our fellow EU and Commonwealth member Malta would be outraged to be described as a “notorious tax haven”.

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    • 58
      Tuscan Tony says:

      You lost us when you quoted Hodge the Dodge (she of the family business with Googlesque tax arrangements) as a moral compass.

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  9. 11
    Dick Whittington's Cat says:

    Reply:

    Dear Ed,

    Na

    We now regard this matter as closed,
    Lord Rothermere

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    • 103
      Anonymous says:

      I think that the BBC luvvies are trying to close down the Daily Mail like they did the News of the World.

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  10. 12
    Meanwhile the senior brother is getting on with his new job says:

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    • 31
      Yeah, right.... says:

      It’ll be Zil lanes next.

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      • 47
        Ralph Miliband says:

        My good friend Laski saw no evidence of Zil lanes when He visited Russia. Even the lowest peasant had a mansion and a car and a home gym.

        Some may think He was easily duped. I prefer to believe that if you really do believe in Father Christmas you shall see him everywhere.

        Not that I believe in Santa, no.

        In our house we would sing Das Kapital the musical around a pile of burning money to show our contempt for capitalism.

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  11. 13
    Jerome K Jerome says:

    Ed Milliband in a Bumble

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  12. 14
    Anonymous says:

    And Red Ed should resign.

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  13. 15
    Anonymous says:

    I refer the Leader of the Opposition to the answer that was given in Arkell v Pressdram.

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  14. 16
    Jack Ketch says:

    “Our Country?” “OUR Country? Would that be Poland, Israel or Bongo Bongo Land, then?

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  15. 17
    One man, one vote. says:

    Ed does realise that if he were to ever become PM, this would be quite common….. right?

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  16. 18
    graham smith says:

    Dearest Eddikins,
    So good to hear from you again.As my old mum used to say “Get off quick he will be home soon”,however my dad used to say” Editors will be editors” or in this case EDHITTORS. Give my best to that bag of a wife of yours

    much love ROTHY

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  17. 19
    Knacker Of The Yard says:

    EXCLUSIVE: Pictures of Commons Speaker John Bercow in car bump row with woman motorist in Chelsea http://bit.ly/15KnKOx

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  18. 22
    The British media are cunts says:

    Get fucked Militwat. When you are prepared to say sorry for the thousands murdered by YOUR government in Iraq, Afghanistan and Mid Staff hospital (and many other NHS shit holes) them we might listen.

    When Blair, Brown and Campbell are handed over to the Hague for war crimes, we’ll listen. Until then fuck off your rubber faced mong.

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  19. 27
    Ready for Action says:

    Ed Miliband is switched on

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  20. 29
    Jimmy says:

    Stay classy righties, stay classy.

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  21. 33
    RomaBob....supporting benefits and Red ED. says:

    The Left do not like it up ‘em :)

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    • 63
      Jack Ketch says:

      Oh yes they do. Look at Bryant, Bradshaw, Twigg, 50% of the Labour National Executive, the Liberal-Democratic Party and Owen Jones.

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  22. 34
    (I've been renamed) DA-Notice says:

    What a wanker.

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  23. 36
    UffusDuffus says:

    His letter is illiterate, and his grasp of basic grammar is lacking.

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  24. 38
    Mike Newland says:

    Mr Miliband knows the correct way of dealing with these running jackals and capitalist hirelings and spies.

    Put them in camps!

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  25. 40
    Lancashire Procurator Fiscal says:

    “Dear Ed,

    I refer you to the reply given by the defence to the pursuers in Arkell v Pressdram.

    Yours sincerely,”

    would be adequate

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  26. 41
    Jerome K Jerome says:

    “It is now your responsibility to respond.” What planet is this fool on?

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    • 69
      Jack Ketch says:

      Anyone noticed Milliband’s tone recently–he will “Not tolerate..”, He will not “stand for….”. Who the fuck does he think he is? (no don’t answer).

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      • 75
        jonny says:

        He’s a man stcking up for his dead dad. That’s who. Why, wouldn’t you do the same? Even David Cameron has took his side on this one, heartless fucking tory boy. Grow up.

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        • 107
          Anonymous says:

          Keep up Jonny, if you read the article relevant to THIS set of comments, you would know that this is about his dead UNCLE.A DM reporter crashed his memorial service, that is what Milliband is whinging about today.

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      • 99
        Father Christmas says:

        A chosen one!

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  27. 45
    hoddles says:

    You really can’t do much but laugh at the rightwing fruitcakes posting here.

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  28. 48
    I d on't n eed no d octor says:

    Miliband speaks of common decency. Labour should get some. Miliband’s bleatings are hypocritical.
    The latest Miliband bandwagon is rolling, let’s hope off a cliff.

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    • 110
      Anonymous says:

      Where was the common decency when he had his picture taken with the moron in the Thatcher T shirt revelling in the death of an old woman ? did he ring Mark and Carol to apologise as a matter of interest ?

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  29. 49
    One man, one vote. says:

    So personal an issue he manages to drop an election slogan in there.

    >There are bigger issues for the people of Britain in the midst of the worst cost of living crisis

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    • 111
      Anonymous says:

      What is this “cost of living crisis” Milliband is on about ? the airports have been bulging at the seams with holiday makers for the last 6 months !

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  30. 50
    Ed Balls says:

    Should I step in to manfully calm a difficult situation, and take credit?
    Or should I encourage Miliman with his battle!

    I think I’ll chuck a few more logs… ” hey Mil! Have you seen what the Express says about Nanny Noonie ?”

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  31. 51
    oh dear says:

    Unbelievable that Miliband managed to shoe-horn
    Labour’s latest mantra “cost-of-living crisis” into
    that letter.

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    • 53
      Bill Quango MP -9 says:

      Just be glad he didn’t mention one nation predators.
      Can’t face all that Bollox again.

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  32. 56
    Postal Vote says:

    “Biggest cost of living crisis for over a century”?

    Mili must have selectively forgotten UK inflation in the 1970s and the IMF bail out of the government formed by his fellow party members.

    I suppose Mili opposed Gordon Brown switching Bank of England’s inflation benchmark from RPI to the consistenly lower CPI?

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    • 62
      but says:

      Miliband was growing up in a wealthy family in
      a posh bit of London. That ‘cost-of-living crisis’
      probably didn’t affect him.

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    • 65
      Plonker Alert says:

      “Biggest cost of living crisis for over a century”?

      And Miliband’s solution? To fix your gas bill at a high price for 20 months. You couldn’t make it up.

      What a plonker!

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    • 80
      John Bellingham says:

      The tosspot was not around in the late 1940s and early 1950s when we, effectively, lived on shit and fresh air (actually the air wasn’t that fresh and the shit was rationed).

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  33. 59
    Comrade Moribund says:

    The Daily Ma il is the new Sun.
    Paul Dacre is a non-person.

    Airbrush him from all those photos of him and Gordon. Expunge him from all official records.

    It’s what dad would have wanted.

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  34. 60
    Taxfodder says:

    Truth is if you are in public life NONE of your relatives are safe from shite storm vortex you create, sure it is unpleasant but then again you should make your friends and relatives aware of what can happen, its up to them if they are happy to tolerate the situation and support you or not, if not you can say tough titty or get out of public life….

    Funny how these cretins are happy to use the press and media to promote themselves yet when it goes tits up they bellow like wounded cattle and claim foul.

    There is no such thing as privacy in public life…get used to it or get out!

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  35. 64
    Sean says:

    Labour are fighting a desperate rearguard action to try and cover-up their Socialist ambitions.

    They’re also giving the Daily Mail plenty of free publicity for its fearless investigation. Sounds to me like the memorial was held in a public building too.

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    • 113
      Anonymous says:

      I wondered about that, it must have been a private gathering i hope the room and ? catering wasnt paid for by the taxpayer. Can somebody find out ?

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  36. 68
    jonny says:

    Everyone on here is seriously fucking toxic, your not fighting for any cause on here, your all just angry right winged nobodies. you honestly believe he hated our country becuase of what he said as a 17 year old boy? You bloody sheep need to get out of your pens mroe often, Hate to say it, but the serious amount of hatred on this site, just proves that Ed is doing the right thing. and you fuckers can’t handle it.

    Yes, tell him he’s being pathetic becuase he stuck up for his late dead, yes, because that is so pathetic, let’s just let the papers slander our loved one’s becuase you know, that’s ‘what they do’ pathetic. Grow up and get lives, change is coming and i can’t wait to see all you little fuckers whinging away like little girls.

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    • 83
      Bill Quango MP -9 says:

      Good point well made.

      But, if we just BBC the place for a minute, for balance.. You could look back to the Thatcher’s death announcement and see what was written on these pages then by lefty loons.
      And was there a campaign to have a certain ding-dong song reach number one? I believe so.
      Did the student end of politics have a rush of pity for Carol and Mark Thatcher? Children who had also just lost their mother?

      No. It’s either all acceptable or none of it is.
      It’s called freedom of speech.

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      • 114
        Anonymous says:

        Very well said BILL, this stupidity about ED`s Father is nothing to what was said on here and in the Graun about Lady thatcher, this is hypocrisy of the highest order.

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    • 84
      golly says:

      Change is indeed coming … in the form of total social takeover by the hordes your lot let in while “rubbing the noses of the right in diversity” .
      Your Red Ed is malodorous Marxist spawn whose aim is destruction of democracy.
      Welcome to a “new” Britain forged by Liebour traitors.

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    • 89
      Just William says:

      Are you going to scweam and scweam and stamp your ickle feet?

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  37. 70
    Lexander says:

    You aint seen nothing yet Ed. IF you ever made PM…

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  38. 73
    Lexander says:

    Jonny ??? what kind of name is that! Go and get some kind of education. You purile prat.

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  39. 77
    William says:

    No doubt Red ED will belatedly condemn the scumbag wearing the Hate Margaret Thatcher T-shirt, that he seemed proud to be photographed with a few months back.

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  40. 78
    Jane Birkin from Paris says:

    If this had happened in France there would be civil litigation and a nice little cheque for someone.

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  41. 82
    Clear Memories says:

    And the relatively simple response should be along the lines of “if you get to be PM, you and Balls and a few other shit-for-brains Socialists will ruin the nation along the lines your Father (piss be upon him) spent his life working towards.”

    So, if you and a few demented relatives don’t like the exposure, fuck off to academia where you can fiddle with kiddies minds rather than there naughty bits.

    Which translates as, if you don’t like the heat, piss off out of the kitchen.

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  42. 85
    Austin Barry says:

    Rothermere should respond to Ed’s deeply sinister and disturbing letter in the manner of Private Eye in the unreported case of Arkell- v-Pressdram (1971)

    http://www.nasw.org/users/nbauman/arkell.htm

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  43. 90
    Drew Peacock says:

    For once, and hopefully for once only, I feel sorry for
    Milliband

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  44. 95
    Romulus the Backstabber says:

    Let’s not forget that Ed Miliband is such a delicate, sensitive, caring family member that he politically assassinated and trampled all over the politically dead corpse of his own older brother in order to get into (some kind of) power.

    Crocodile tears from a Grade I scumbag.

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  45. 96

    Now we have a long ongoing, Milibandgate affair and feud. The political comment on ‘the cost of living’ had nothing to do with the rest of his letter. A serious letter of complaint has been turned into left wing propaganda.

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  46. 97
    The Court of Public Opinion says:

    If ‘red’ Ed likes Marxist-Leninism so much, why doesn’t he clear off to North Korea?

    I hope ‘5’ have a file on the whole Miliband family, they’re obviously not sound.

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  47. 98
    Ed Minibrain says:

    Dear Vermin at the Mail,

    Just thought I’d write to tell you about this ghastly infringement of privacy which absolutely nobody in the wider public knew about it in an open letter so that absolutely everybody in the wider public can wallow in sympathy for this ghastly infringement of my private privacy which is so dear to me and my somewhat extended family,

    love, Ed

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  48. 100
    MangledStats says:

    !?

    Militwit trying to rewrite history, citing “worst cost of living crisis for a century”

    Following, courtesy of BOE stats:

    1970s — Inflation averaged 13 % a year and peaked at 25 % in 1975 (under Labour)

    1967 — Pound devalued by 14 % against world currencies under Labour (making imports correspondingly more costly)

    1939-1945 –prices rose by over 50 % during World War 2

    1914-1918 — prices more than doubled during World War 1

    And, of course, household living aggravated by rations during/after the wars)

    Militwit is economically illiterate. (And he once worked in the Treasury!?)

    1914 – 1918: prices more than doubled during WW1

    1939

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  49. 101
    MangledStats says:

    Repeats, with less mangle.

    Militwit trying to rewrite history, citing “worst cost of living crisis for a century”

    Following, courtesy of BOE stats:

    1970s — Inflation averaged 13 % a year and peaked at 25 % in 1975 (under Labour)

    1967 — Pound devalued by 14 % against world currencies under Labour (making imports correspondingly more costly)

    1939-1945 –prices rose by over 50 % during World War 2

    1914-1918 — prices more than doubled during World War 1

    And, of course, household living aggravated by rations during/after the wars)

    Militwit is economically illiterate. (And he once worked in the Treasury!?)

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  50. 104
    geordieboy says:

    Do fuck off Ed, the last Government in which you played a prominent role is responsible for the cost of living a great hangover from your reckless spending and economic policies.

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  51. 109
    The Maimed Badger says:

    Ed set the Line of Decency, with his behaviour over Thatcher.. live by the sword, then die by the sword…it is a bit late to squeal like a stuck Pig.

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  52. 116
    M103 says:

    I am just amused how the DM are so desperate to besmirch Ed Miliband that they have to trawl through the teenage diary of his father.

    If they are trying to equate a political disposition with hatred for Britain, then you could say their idol, good old Maggie, hated many parts of Northern England, and considering the Poll Tax trial, certainly detested Scotland

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  53. 118
    Anonymous says:

    “You should conduct your own swift investigation into who was responsible at a senior level for this latest episode and also who is responsible for the culture and practices of these newspapers which jar so badly with the values of your readers.”

    Who does Miliband think he is? His fucking boss?

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  54. 121
    James says:

    It is in the public interest to scrutinize you Ed because you’re a Marxist. That is a fact. Collectivism doesn’t really appeal to our free society, so kindly stop trying to block valid criticism and kindly piss off.

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  55. 124
    Whiney Marxist Gonk says:

    Bollocks Ed, why can’t you contact the PCC? Is it because your complaint is entirely spurious?

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  56. 125
    Anonymous says:

    ‘my complaining’ not ‘me complaining’ gorblimey gov I’m not fit to gov. I went to a state school and the teachers didn’t no know grammar either and couldn’t spell, unless it was putting the hex on us so we would destroy a once fine country with our socialism.

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  57. 127
    Anonymous says:

    People reference Marxism as if it is some kind of evil…Marxism at its core is a philosophy based on equality, fairness and a an economy which benefits all sectors of society…what a horrible evil concept.

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  58. 129
    Socialist Worker says:

    So I’d like to book a room in an NHS hospital for a private function. How does one do that and how much does it cost?

    Or was it a freeby??

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“Sunday, May 10, 1998

Early start: appearing on Breakfast With Frost, to be broadcast from 11 Downing Street. The Chancellor [Gordon Brown] is grouchily amiable, but so earnest — and still biting his fingernails to the quick.

After the show, he took us upstairs to his flat. He lives above No 10, while Blair and family are in the No 11 duplex, which is bigger and more like a proper house.

I was intrigued that, when he took us into his bedroom, the Chancellor rather ostentatiously opened the built-in wardrobes, as if he wanted us to see the women’s frocks that were hanging in there.

They looked quite large, but I don’t think they belong to Gordon. I assume they belong to his girlfriend [Sarah Macaulay, who he later married].

I presume he was keen for us to know that he has one — and that she’s not a ‘beard’. I don’t think he does anything without calculation.”



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