Labour conference: Miliband on Disraeli and one-nation

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Ed Miliband named Conservative Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli and his speech on one-nation Conservatism as an inspiration during his own speech to the Labour Party conference.

The opposition leader also spoke of the Labour government of Clement Attlee rebuilding Britain after World War ll as he called for a nation where "everyone has a stake".

Ed Miliband's conference speech in full

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