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A British Labour Party politician, currently the Leader of the Labour Party and Leader of the Opposition.
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ENG: Edward Samuel Miliband (born 24 December 1969) is a British Labour Party politician, currently the Leader of the Labour Party and Leader of the Opposition. He has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Doncaster North since 2005 and served in the Cabinet from 2007 to 2010 under Prime Minister Gordon Brown. He and his brother, David Miliband, were the first siblings to sit in the Cabinet simultaneously since Edward, Lord Stanley, and Oliver Stanley in 1938. Born in London, Miliband graduated from Corpus Christi College, Oxford, and the London School of Economics, becoming first a television journalist and then a Labour Party researcher, before rising to become one of Chancellor Gordon Brown's confidants and Chairman of HM Treasury's Council of Economic Advisers. As Prime ...
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Ed Miliband: David Cameron has 'sold Britain down ...

... the river' in Europe Ed Miliband, the Labour leader, has accused David Cameron of selling Britain 'down the river' by leaving the UK isolated from Europe. Last month the Prime Minister vetoed a new European treaty for greater fiscal intergration between eurozone countries saying there were not enough safeguards for the City. Yesterday the treaty was signed without Britain. Mr Miliband said: "I'm very concerned about what David Cameron has done. He trumpeted last December that he had got a great deal for Britain and protected us. "And the way Europe was going to go about ...

Memo to Ed Miliband: Listen to your brother on benefits Rea

Miliband is right. The only trouble for Labour is that it is David not Ed who is charting the path to a revival for his troubled party. David Miliband, the Blairite brother who was widely expected to win the leadership until the unions sneaked Ed into the top spot via the cat flap in Labour's back door, has written a 3,000-word tome for the New Statesman magazine. In it, he urges his party to get out of its comfort zone and rethink the attitudes and policies that cost it the last election. Specifically, he says that the weaknesses of David Cameron's Big Society project 'should not blind ...

Ed Miliband’s link to Anne Frank

Ed Miliband, the Labour leader, has a family connection to Anne Frank, the Holocaust victim, discloses his brother. Ed Miliband used his first conference speech as Labour leader to describe how his parents had fled the Nazis. There is, though, one intriguing family connection that has now come to light. His brother, David Miliband, has disclosed that his aunt knew the father of Anne Frank, the diary-writing victim of the Holocaust. “She had a lovely lilt when she talked about this kindly, extraordinary man who came into her life to talk about his daughter,” says the former ...

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Ed Balls reveals disagreements with Ed Miliband before election - The Guardian
The GuardianEd Balls reveals disagreements with Ed Miliband before electionThe GuardianThe former shadow chancellor said there had been policy disagreements with Miliband, who did not include Balls in his core campaign team. Balls told the Telegraph: “It was no secret that I thought from the very beginning that Ed needed to position ...Ed Balls attacks Ed Miliband's anti-business rhetoricDaily MailEd Balls slams Labour's "anti-business, anti-bank" rhetoric under Ed Miliband ...City A.M.all 53 news articles »
Why is Corbyn winning? Because Ed Miliband's not standing - New Statesman
New StatesmanWhy is Corbyn winning? Because Ed Miliband's not standingNew StatesmanThe major difference is that, this time round, there is no longer anyone standing between these polar extremes of Labour politics. The difference is that there is no Ed Miliband. In their rush to distance themselves from their previous leader's legacy ...From Miliband to Corbyn: Labour struggles to renew itselfOpen DemocracyCorbyn didn't duck the coalition question and that's why he's currently winningexpressandstar.comWill 'three-quid voters' decide next Labour leader?BBC NewsEUROPP - European Politics and Policy (blog) -The Guardian -Al Jazeera Americaall 269 news articles »
Stop sulking Ed Miliband, learn from the climate movement - RTCC
RTCCStop sulking Ed Miliband, learn from the climate movementRTCCBut when Labour's former leader Ed Miliband spoke at the relaunch of NGO Sandbag a few weeks ago, his disappointment wasn't directed at the party's election defeat; it was aimed at environmental NGOs. “Where is the climate movement?” he asked.
Ed Miliband fandom founder backs Andy Burnham for Labour leadership - Manchester Evening News
Manchester Evening NewsEd Miliband fandom founder backs Andy Burnham for Labour leadershipManchester Evening NewsIn one of the more surreal developments of the general election campaign, 17-year-old Abby Tomlinson sparked a Twitter craze with her expressions of devotion for Ed Miliband. Her creation of the #milifandom hashtag led to an outpouring of admiration ...Jeremy Corbyn's crazy, but Tony Blair's heirs are a bunch of cowardsDaily MailChris Leslie: Labour shadow Chancellor on why they lost the election and his ...The IndependentJeremy Corbyn: 'This is the most open democratic election Labour has ever had'The GuardianBBC Newsall 367 news articles »

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