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Ed Miliband Useful As A 'Boil On The Scrotum,' Says Radio Caller

11/09/2014 15:07 BST | Updated 11/09/2014 15:59 BST
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Labour leader Ed Miliband addresses the Scottish Chambers of Commerce at Hilton Hotel in Glasgow where he said that the poorest people stand to lose the most if an independent Scotland loses the pound.

Ed Miliband is due to spend from now until polling day campaigning on behalf of Better Together to persuade Scots to reject independence.

However one caller to BBC Radio 2, Dale from Pontypridd in Wales, was not too impressed with the Labour leader's efforts so far.

He told Jeremy Vine: "It's no good the leaders rushing north, they are just going to push the Yes vote over the line. The Scots see Miliband as watered down whisky. During this coalition he has been as much use to traditional Labour voters as a boil on the scrotum, he has been absolutely pathetic."

(H/t @theJeremyVine)

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