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Ed Milliband and The TUC should be ashamed of themselves watch

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    Ed Milliband egged all of this violence on and on Sky News hes just given a speech while people have been smashing buildings up and attacking police...this is not going to end well for the unions and milliband, terrible stuff.
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    I really doubt he had anything to do with the violence. Its pretty clear it came from a minority of Anarchist ********s
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    Yes Ed Milliband told them to smash up windows.

    Think it over before you start nonsense threads.
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    (Original post by The_Great_One)
    Ed Milliband egged all of this violence on and on Sky News hes just given a speech while people have been smashing buildings up and attacking police...this is not going to end well for the unions and milliband, terrible stuff.
    Get some sense of perspective ffs.
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    Ed Miliband was speaking on behalf of the unions, point out someone from the union march smashing up Windows?

    I can see Anarchists smashing things up, but no one from the unions.
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    People have been injured, randomly attacked, buildings destroyed and police vans destroyed and ed milliband was part of the government that caused this and hes up their trying to get brownie points. I hope Frances Maude and his team who are planning new laws for protesting come up with something good to stop the unions.
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    (Original post by Xannny)
    Yes Ed Milliband told them to smash up windows.

    Think it over before you start nonsense threads.
    These protestors are a boil on the bottom of taxpayers.
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    Ed miliband is in the thick of it battering police officers!
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    (Original post by Aj12)
    I really doubt he had anything to do with the violence. Its pretty clear it came from a minority of Anarchist ********s
    I saw him looking shifty outside a branch of McDonald's before it all kicked off...
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    (Original post by The_Great_One)
    Ed Milliband egged all of this violence on and on Sky News hes just given a speech while people have been smashing buildings up and attacking police...this is not going to end well for the unions and milliband, terrible stuff.
    What!?

    So because a few people among more than 400,000 have acted violently, the leader of Britain's workers' party is not allowed to address the 400,000 peaceful protesting workers who have turned up to voice their concerns?
 
 
 
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