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As a trained researcher, I take serious exception at this biased article from the Guardian. It’s an interesting read. Check it out!
The Guardian article is full of bias. If you read it carefully you will see a series of political sensitive statements, and highly edited extracts from interviews.
This is neither objective nor subjective research. Ahead of the election, there are a series of unsubstantiated generalizations by the Guardian. Most importantly, the article fails to look at the alternative policies open to the political parties.
What ever happened to evidence-based reporting at the Guardian?
Let me declare my bias. I have never liked Miliband since he stabbed his more talented brother in the back and stole the leadership of his party in conjunction with the unions.
For years, I have struggled to understand Miliband, with his strange voice and academic arguments.
Clearly Miliband has had a makeover and now he just says either ‘That ain’t going to happened’ or ‘I don’t do that’.
Under Miliband the Labour Party has lurched to the left and it is hard to see how they will finance their statist agenda. Add to that the shopping list of the SNP, the most likely coalition party and Miliband is toxic for me.
Can you really imagine Ed Miliband as the statesman, dealing with the…
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