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Asked whether the last Labour government spent too much, Ed Miliband's answer was clear: "NO". (The Battle For Number 10, Sky/Channel 4, 26/3/2015)

Labour wrecked the economy before, and they'd do it again. SHARE this graphic to let everyone know.

Asked whether the last Labour government spent too much, Ed Miliband's answer was clear: "NO". (The Battle For Number 10, Sky/Channel 4, 26/3/2015)

Labour wrecked the economy before, and they'd do it again. SHARE this graphic to let everyone know.

Since 2010, we've delivered 2.2 million new apprenticeships - helping young people get the best start in life.

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Since 2010, we've delivered 2.2 million new apprenticeships - helping young people get the best start in life.

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There are 1.9 million more people in work since 2010.

That’s 1.9 million more people with the security of a pay packet to provide for their families.

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There are 1.9 million more people in work since 2010.

That’s 1.9 million more people with the security of a pay packet to provide for their families.

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With Labour facing wipeout in Scotland, a deal with the SNP is Ed Miliband's only route into power.

Alex Salmond has named his price to prop up the weak Labour leader - and hardworking taxpayers would pay with higher taxes, more debt and weaker defences.

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With Labour facing wipeout in Scotland, a deal with the SNP is Ed Miliband's only route into power.

Alex Salmond has named his price to prop up the weak Labour leader - and hardworking taxpayers would pay with higher taxes, more debt and weaker defences.

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Today at Prime Minister's Questions, David Cameron ruled out raising VAT if the Conservatives win the election.

In stark contrast, Ed Miliband refused to rule out an increase in National Insurance - the tax on jobs - confirming that he is planning a tax rise that would cost jobs and hit hardworking taxpayers.

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Today at Prime Minister's Questions, David Cameron ruled out raising VAT if the Conservatives win the election.

In stark contrast, Ed Miliband refused to rule out an increase in National Insurance - the tax on jobs - confirming that he is planning a tax rise that would cost jobs and hit hardworking taxpayers.

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