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Senior Labour MPs have expressed concerns about the direction of Ed Balls' economic policy after the latest labour market statistics brought more encouraging news for the Government. Former business minister Pat McFadden argued that the party needed to put more emphasis on wealth creation, while another unnamed ex-minist...
The strategist who masterminded Barack Obama’s back-to-back presidential victories in 2008 and 2012 has agreed to work with Labour to get Ed Miliband elected as Prim...
Frances O'Grady said there needed to be "decent job creation" and a focus on job quality instead of quantity. "Well there's clearly a very uneven regional spread ...
Ed Balls defended Labour's 'cost-of-living argument' in the wake of positive jobs and earnings figures. "Well, we're on track to have the first parliament ever, s...
CIPD press release Unemployment below 7% for the first time in five years but earnings figures show pay pressures remain subdued Commenting on this month's Lab...
Danny Alexander welcomed today's employment and earnings figures, but said more needed to be done to secure economic recovery. "This is very welcome news. We've n...
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