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15 Pictures Of Ed Miliband Staring At Things

I had actually managed to avoid this until recently because I didnt think Id like it very much. I was right, I didnt like it very much, but at the same time its become enough of a pop-culture reference point that Im glad I finally sat down and watched it.

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One Nation? Ed Miliband doesn't stand a chance in Britain's money-mad trashocracy, says a leading historian

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If you're claiming Jeremy Corbyn is unelectable, you might have to think about who would find him so. In May 2015, a lot of people didn't think Ed Miliband was electable so they voted Green, voted UKIP, voted SNP if they were in Scotland, or didn't vote at all. In the end, 1/3 of those eligible didn't vote & the Tories now have a majority of 10. I reckon a swing to a Corbyn-led Labour Party isn't so unlikely.

Ed Miliband joins call for soft Brexit as conflict in Labour grows

Ed Miliband joins call for soft Brexit as conflict in Labour grows | Politics | The Guardian

Doreen Lawrence. Read our guest blog from Ed Miliband: we must change how women are portrayed in our culture

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Murdoch berated Sun journalists for not doing enough to attack Miliband

Rupert Murdoch berated Sun journalists for not doing enough to attack Ed Miliband and stop him getting to No 10 - Media - News - The Independent

Our Fight Now Isn't the One Thatcher Had Then

It is right to praise the dead. Margaret Thatcher was a “huge figure on the world stage,” said Ed Miliband today. He leads Britain’s Labour Party, which lost to Thatcher in the decade of the 1980s and had to move in her direction to win again. Gerry Adams, leader of the Irish Republican Sinn Fein, was not so gracious. She “did great hurt to the Irish,” Adams wrote today. In Mannheim, Germany, Wolfgang Schäuble said she was a great woman. He was an architect of Germany’s reunification after…

Ed Miliband: Panama Papers show that wealth doesn’t trickle down. It gets stashed

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Steve Bell on David Cameron and the economy – cartoon Ed Miliband asked David Cameron to clarify whether or not he would appear opposite him in a live televised debate, and he responded ‘we’re having a debate now and [Miliband] can’t talk about the economy’

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