Ed Milliband used this election to outline that the Government was out of touch and that only Labour would make a difference on living standards, jobs, crime and the NHS.
At the campaign launch in Birmingham, the Labour leader accused the coalition of “betraying Middle Britain” and used the platform to say that his party had “different values.”
They pledged that Labour run councils would make it a priority to combat anti-social behaviour. On the NHS, Milliband said that Labour councils would “act as the last line of defence against the fragmentation of the NHS”. And on jobs, they pledged to tax bank bonuses and use the money to create jobs for young people.