REAL CLEAR WORLD SITE HAS AMERICAN VIEWPOINT ABOUT THE WELFARE STATE
LABOUR LEADER ED MILIBAND SAYS READS BRITISH NEWS ONLY THROUGH AMERICAN SOURCES
Through the original newsfeed of Buzzfeed, we learn that Labour Leader Ed Miliband does not read British newspapers or watch British news on television.
What Labour Leader Ed Miliband learns about England is through what his aides tell him, he informed us.
And Ed Miliband is also currently reading the left wing French economist Thomas Piketty, that is just about how much of a nation's wealth has been held by the rich, and not how many people starved in poverty by what a government policy does.
The Daily Mail aimed at Mr Miliband's aides with the article:
Revolt over Ed Miliband’s £20k bill to take an ‘army of aides’ on trip to Middle East
And again within The Daily Mail article:
Ed is losing England, says top aide
... "Mr Miliband studied politics at Oxford and then became a special adviser. 'It's not about whether you know the price of a pint of milk or whether you can eat a sandwich properly,' ... 'But it is about having some understanding of people's lives.'
With a final comment to the article that said... "Oh how I wish it were England that is losing Ed. I'm sure his brother can find him a place near him in America." ...
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2639097/Ed-losing-England-says-aide-Labour-leader-make-emotional-case-voters.html
MR MILIBAND'S VIEW OF WORLD HAS VERY LITTLE INFORMATION ABOUT ENGLANDSo a snapshot of the World page on Real World Politics news site, today, shows very few articles on England.
With few about Labour.
NOW WE KNOW WHERE LABOUR LEADER ED MILIBAND'S VIEW COMES FROM THAT COST OF LIVING ONLY EFFECTS THOSE IN WORK
So this is at odds to the rest of the buzzfeed article which informed:
..."Ed Miliband was in Nottingham last Tuesday when a man approached him to say that his part-time job at a petrol station wasn’t paying enough to take care of two children. This is an anecdote of the sort Miliband is always telling in his campaign to lower Britain’s cost of living, but what the man said next was “chilling.”
... "In the course of a 45-minute interview, conducted in a packed standard class carriage, Miliband told BuzzFeed why he’s convinced that the cost of living crisis is still very real despite the economic recovery, why he eschews 24-hour TV news in favour of Thomas Piketty, and how he’s come to understand why decent people would vote UKIP." ...