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Parliament too middle class - Ed M

Parliament too middle class - Ed M
Ed Miliband has indicated Labour will aim to stand more candidates from working-class backgrounds in 2015, as he criticised Parliament for being “too middle class”.

In an interview with The House magazine, the Labour leader said his party would seek to secure candidates “from all backgrounds”, in particular those who have served in the military.

Mr Miliband also indicated he would not block UKIP's participation in leaders' debates in the run-up to the general election.

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