According to Dailymail publishing, the report and the video published by Matt Chorley, Political Editor and Jack Doyle Political Correspondent For The Daily Mail is actually one-sided, and its totally unacceptable with the way things are going at the present moment. that lead to questioning the present government about the present status and the feature plans they have for United Kingdom:
Is there anything wrong being a very wealthy and rich person or reaching out to those who think that they are abandoned? anything wrong in politicians meeting up with community people.
Mr Cameron mentioning that ‘Russell Brand’s a joke and Ed Miliband, hang out with Russell Brand, he’s a joke. he is just looking for a way to ridicule Ed Miliband because he new that Ed out-smart him. Ed Miliband is trying to network with the younger generation to understand their needs, on like Mr Cameron who does not make any move to connect with the younger generation. all he knows how to do best is to make false and empty promises, including his deputy Nick Clegg that promised not to increase the student tution fees at the last election but failed to fulfill the promises. At the end, Liberal Democrat leader ‘Nick Clegg’ apologises for making ‘a promise they absolutely could not deliver’ and also asking people to vote for them again! Hmm can that be?
This is really funny, should someone say Miliband took a very smart move!
See below how DailyMail Uk Presented it >>>>>>>
Do you really want this clown ruling us? And no we don’t mean the one on the left: ‘Pathetic’ Miliband savaged for Brand video stunt
Ed Miliband was condemned as ‘desperate and pathetic’ for agreeing to be interviewed by controversial comedian and self-styled revolutionary Russell Brand.
The Labour leader even travelled to Brand’s £2million home in trendy Hoxton, East London, on Monday night to be questioned in his kitchen for a YouTube video.
Brand, a former drug addict, has previously urged his millions of Twitter followers not to ‘bother’ voting and admitting he has never voted himself. ‘We know it’s not going to make any difference,’ he once said.
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In a trailer released on Tuesday night, Russell Brand challenges Ed Miliband to take action on global tax avoidance at a time when workers are paying 10 times as much tax as firms like Amazon.
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