ABOVE: Miliband proposed a cap on 'structual spending' for three years if elected next term
Having got us into this mess, his speech told us nothing about how he would get us out.”
Iain Duncan Smith
ED MILIBAND was blasted yesterday after he vowed to cap spending.
He said if elected, Labour would introduce a cap on “structural spending” for three years from 2015-16.
He admitted his party had failed to control welfare expenditure and faced accusations of a U-turn for accepting the £83billion of Coalition cuts he had formerly opposed.
Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith said: “Having got us into this mess, his speech told us nothing about how he would get us out.”