Harriet Harman on Len McCluskey criticising Ed Miliband


Labour's deputy leader said union leader Len McCluskey was "quite wrong" to say the party was accepting government cuts as he attacked Ed Miliband's policies over the public sector.

Harriet Harman would not say a future Labour government could reverse the cuts, but the party would be "hard-headed and realistic" when it came to announcing its economic plans.

She said Labour was "prioritising jobs over pay" when asked about public sector pay freeze and cuts, and the differences between coalition and opposition policies.


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