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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Ed Miliband
Britain's scheme for the 'regulation' of newspapers is a front for oppression
British media ethics inquiry said Friday that Prime Minister David Cameron will give evidence next week, amid questions over his ties to a number of suspects in the country's tabloid phone hacking scandal.
British political leaders from the left and the right are blaming liberal immigration policies for driving down living standards amid a financial crisis that has prompted the Conservative-led government to cut welfare programs to prevent fiscal collapse.
Ed Miliband, Britain's newly appointed opposition leader, insisted Sunday he won't force his Labor Party toward the political left wing after he harnessed the support of leftist labor unions to beat his better-known brother in a dramatic election.
"If Mr Juncker is appointed today, it represents – after weeks of spin and bluster from the prime minister – a total failure to deliver and an utter humiliation," Mr. Miliband said.
Labor Party head Ed Miliband told the Guardian that Mr. Juncker's nomination is an embarrassing blow to Mr. Cameron's campaign, saying that the British population is losing faith in the prime minister's ability to sway European political decisions.