Ed Miliband challenged by factory worker over EU vote
A disgruntled voter has told Ed Miliband he doesn't feel like voting for the party because it has not promised a referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union.
Peter Baldwin, an electrician at BAE Systems in Lancashire, voiced his concerns over immigration and the EU to Mr Miliband, during the Labour leader's visit to the jet fighter factory.
He said some of his colleagues were considering voting for UKIP, adding; "The working class man in here wants to have a say."
Mr Miliband said immigration was a big issue for a lot of people, and set out what his party would do if it was elected in May, including making jobless EU migrants wait two years before claiming benefits.
19 Feb 2015
- From the section UK Politics