Ed Miliband failed to address the green economy in his much lauded speech this week.

Ed Miliband failed to address the green economy in his much lauded speech this week.
Will this lose the Labour Party significant support from the Green sector?
Yes, the sector needs stronger recognition
Perhaps, time will tell
No, support and awareness from the Lib Dems and Conservatives has been just as bad

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