Speech of the year 2012

ミリバンド党首/労働党党大会スピーチ
英国, 2012年, エド·ミリバンド

The “one nation” speech given by Ed Miliband, the UK opposition leader, to the Labour Party conference at the beginning of October was a “game changer”.

Polling firms found that the speech had a significant impact on Miliband’s personal ratings. One commentator called it “one of the cleverest and most significant party conference speeches in recent years.”

The 64-minute speech was delivered entirely without notes. At 23:27 he looks directly into the camera and ‘reaches out’ to people who voted for the Conservative leader David Cameron at the 2010 general election.

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I want to talk very directly to those who voted for David Cameron at the last general election. I understand why you voted for him. I understand why you turned away from the last Labour government – this government took power in difficult economic times. It was a country still coming to terms with the financial crisis – a financial crisis that has afflicted every country round the world. I understand why you were willing to give David Cameron the benefit of the doubt.

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