On Saturday 30th November 2013, Leader of the Labour Party Ed Miliband was in Birmingham to meet with Labour Party members from the West Midlands to talk about party reform and what the Labour Party will do if elected at the next General Election.
Ed Miliband hosting the Q&A session for the West Midlands region in Birmingham
Ed Miliband talked to the audience about his plans to reform the Labour party. The Labour leader then took unscripted questions from the audience for over an hour.
During the session a range of issues were discussed, including the freezing of energy bills and the need to abolish the bedroom tax.
Speaking after the Q&A session, Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate for Dudley South Natasha Millward said:
“Ed answered some interesting questions about how Labour would help the NHS, a particularly important issue in the constituency I'm standing for, especially as the Holly Hall Walk-in centre is under threat of closure.
“It was clear in the room that party members are determined to make this a one-term Tory-led Government so that Labour can abolish the bedroom tax, freeze energy prices, and build a fairer Britain.”