Well he's also in favour of using the state (eg thru tax and/or govt contracts) to boost the Living Wage, as opposed to the minimum.Is there a decent rundown anywhere of what he's actually likely to do?
All the news reports that I've seen since he won have said that a) he made a speech with a bunch of platitudes b) his brother was in the running too c) he isn't married yet omg and d) he thought Iraq was a bad idea. And before that I never managed to learn which candidate was which...
He says the 50% top rate is permanent.
He's opposed some of Nu Lab's illiberalism (3 month detention, absurd uses of anti-terrorism law).
He's for nice stuff and against bad stuff.
That's about all I can remember at the mo.
edit: Oh, and he probably favours a slower deficit reduction than his brother, but that's not confirmed as they've been vague about that all along.