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ENG: Edward Michael "Ed" Balls (born 25 February 1967) is a British Labour Party and Co-operative Party politician, who has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Morley and Outwood since 2010, and is the current Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer. From 2005 to 2010, he was the MP for Normanton and he served as Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families under Gordon Brown from 2007 to 2010. Balls is married to current Shadow Home Secretary and fellow Labour MP Yvette Cooper. In June 2007 they became the first married couple to serve together in a British Cabinet when Cooper became Chief Secretary to the Treasury. Political career In July 2004, Balls was selected to stand as Labour and Co-operative candidate for the parliamentary seat of Normanton in West Yorkshire, a ...
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Ed Balls warns of '1930s mistake' after Moody's move

Ed Balls, the shadow chancellor, warned the "world is making the 1930s mistake" after Moody's move to put Britain on “negative” watch amid fears of contagion from the eurozone debt crisis. "Even though it is clear in Greece, in Ireland, in other countries, in Britain too (that) this austerity isn't working, the message is 'Plough on, dig a deeper hole, carry on with an austerity that is failing'," he told the BBC Radio 4 Today programme. "I fear what's happening here is that the world is making the 1930s mistake and the ratings agencies are partly responsible for this," he ...

Ed Balls the unlikely Blairite is out to make new friends...

... in the City The shadow chancellor has one priority – to give Labour a chance of winning the election. Things can only get better. The battle hymn of Tony Blair, as borrowed from D:Ream, may be as relevant for Broke Britannia as it was for Cool Britannia. Like Noah, George Osborne hopes for a sign that the economic floodwaters are abating. In this version of Genesis, Tesco gets to play the dove, yesterday offering 20,000 jobs by way of an olive branch. When Norman Lamont talked of green shoots in 1991, he was reviled for his optimism. Shriti Vadera, a front-bencher in Gordon ...

Now Balls has his own pet Fat Cat: Labour bigwigs not too...

... proud to turn down help from a top City firm Fat-Cat-bashing Labour bigwigs are not too proud to refuse donations from a top City firm. Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls gets nearly £60,000 of help from accountants PricewaterhouseCoopers in the shape of a research assistant for his Commons’ office. And last year Business spokesman Chuka Umunna got a £30,000 aide from PwC. Up with the workers! Dapper Energy Minister Greg Barker is so attached to his 11-week-old dachshund Otto that he brings it to the Commons in a designer bag – in defiance of Parliament’s ban on ...

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Ed Balls On 'Third Choice' Chancellor Claims - Sky News
Telegraph.co.ukEd Balls On 'Third Choice' Chancellor ClaimsSky NewsOn Sky News' Murnaghan programme, the shadow chancellor was asked whether he had been reassured by Ed Miliband that he would be protected throughout any reshuffle. But Mr Balls said such speculation was "presumptuous" as the public are yet to go ...Ed Balls refuses to rule out corporation tax hikeTelegraph.co.ukGeneral Election 2015: Labour's Ed Balls refuses to rule out corporation tax riseCity A.M.Ed Balls refuses to rule out tax raid on businesses if Labour win General ElectionDaily MailBBC News -The Conversation UKall 14 news articles »
Ed Balls renews Labour's commitment to NHS by promising extra £2.5bn - The Guardian
The GuardianEd Balls renews Labour's commitment to NHS by promising extra £2.5bnThe GuardianEd Balls has hardened Labour's commitment to funding the NHS, saying an extra £2.5bn in revenue would be in his first budget this summer. The shadow chancellor said if Labour forms the next government after the 7 May general election it would be ...Election catch-up: Miliband and Balls, the dysfunctional relationship at the ...The IndependentKeynes Is Set To Lose the British Election, but Piketty May WinThe New YorkerTory Leaders Flock to Rescue Bellwether District From LabourBloombergToowoomba Chronicleall 378 news articles »
Ed Balls: Tories have promised £25bn in unfunded spending commitments - The Guardian
The GuardianEd Balls: Tories have promised £25bn in unfunded spending commitmentsThe GuardianThe Balls pledge comes as Ed Miliband prepares to go head to head with the other opposition parties in a televised “challengers' debate”. Due to the insistence of the Conservatives, David Cameron will not attend the debate broadcast by the BBC and Nick ...Ed Balls sparks fury after dismissing Labour note admitting 'there is no money'Daily MailDavid Cameron fury as Ed Balls says 'no money left' note was a jokeTelegraph.co.ukGeneral Election 2015: David Cameron slams Ed Balls as Miliband's third choice ...City A.M.Scotsman (blog) -ITV News -Sky Newsall 25 news articles »
Miliband on Ed Balls as chancellor - BBC News
BBC NewsMiliband on Ed Balls as chancellorBBC NewsMiliband on Ed Balls as chancellor. 20 April 2015 Last updated at 20:16 BST. Labour leader Ed Miliband has said that Ed Balls "would make an excellent chancellor" should his party win power. In an interview with BBC Newsnight presenter Evan Davis, he ...

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