Monday, 30 January 2012

Miliband was he right when ...

... he said today in Glasgow :

... achievements like the Equal Pay Act and the minimum wage "do not belong to one nation of the UK", he says. "They are British achievements."

... and continued with :

The story of the Scotsman, the Englishman, and the Welshman is not just the start of a good joke. It is the history of social justice in this country. 

It was a Scotsman, Keir Hardie, who founded the Labour party a hundred and twelve years ago. An Englishman, Clement Attlee, who led the most successful Labour government in history. And a Welshman, Nye Bevan, who pioneered that Government's greatest legacy, our National Health Service. 
My father would have related to every word, and I guess I couldn't have disagreed, if he carries on like this he can backfoot Salmond and Co .............

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