The Labour leader Ed Miliband has launched a scathing attack on the Coalition Government in his address to an anti-austerity rally in Hyde Park, London.
He said: "The culture of two nations runs right across this government. They cut taxes for millionaires and raise them for ordinary people".
He made a joke at the expense of the Chancellor George Osborne who "tries to travel first class on a standard class ticket" and described the Prime Minister as "weak and clueless".
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