London, Sep 29: Eight out of 10 voters do not find British Labour Party leader, Edward Miliband as a suitable candidate for the Prime Minister’s post, a new poll has showed.
According to the Populus poll survey, over 72 percent Britons believe that he is “too weak” to be prime minister, while two in three said that they would prefer to have his brother David as Labour’s leader.
“Ed Miliband has got serious concerns. His leadership credentials are incredibly poor,” the Daily Express quoted a Conservative Party spokesman, as saying.
Another 72 percent of British voters claimed that his party must apologise for wrecking the economy, the poll said.
The poll results come on the eve of the Labour Party conference in Manchester, where Miliband is expected to invoke the post-war spirit on the theme of ‘Rebuilding Britain’, the paper said. (ANI)