Ed Miliband vote in the mood box: Christmas turkey or cracker?


Shoppers were asked to put down their gifts and think whether they want to keep Ed Miliband as the leader of the Labour Party.

Adam Fleming asked them if the leader of the Opposition was a Christmas turkey or a Christmas cracker.

The Daily Politics mood box was used to test the mood of delegates at the Liberal Democrat, Labour and Conservative party conference in the Autumn where people were asked to vote with coloured balls on an issue of the day.

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