Ed Miliband promises not to play ‘party politics’ with Afghan war

Tending to English troops in the unpredictable Helmand province, the Work pioneer demanded that England was joined together behind the military effort.
But he moreover supported the Coalitions plans to end UK battle operations by 2015, saying: It is right that this is not a war without end.
United: Ed Miliband in Helmand yesterday. The Work pioneer demanded England behind the military effort
Mr Miliband said: I need you to know that our mission in Afghanistan is not a matter of party politics. It is about doing what is right for our country. A more stable Afghanistan will lead to a more safe Britain.
Above all, I need you to know that you have our support, our regard what’s more, our profound respect for what you are doing for our country.
Accompanied by Shadow Safeguard Secretary Jim Murphy what’s more, Douglas Alexander, the Shadow Remote Secretary, the Work pioneer visited the English powers fundamental base at Camp Bastion what’s more, met harmed soldiers.
He at that point voyage to Shawqat, which has seen a few of the fiercest later fighting.
Mr Miliband moreover met General David Petraeus, the American administrator of Nato powers in Afghanistan, what’s more, afterward held talks with Afghan president Hamid Karzai in Kabul.
Labour pioneer Ed Miliband (left) meets Afghan President Hamid Karzai at the Presidential Royal residence in Kabul amid his second day of a two day visit to Afghanistan

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