Ed Miliband

Instant Opinion: Xi Jinping is ‘world’s most dangerous man’
Xi Jinping
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Instant Opinion: Xi Jinping is ‘world’s most dangerous man’

Your guide to the best columns and commentary on Tuesday 15 September
15 Sep 2020
Ed Miliband returns to front bench
Ed Miliband
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Ed Miliband returns to front bench

Since standing down the former leader has hosted a podcast and spoken out on climate change
7 Apr 2020
Anger as Ed Miliband heads Labour election inquest
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Anger as Ed Miliband heads Labour election inquest

Former leader will lead ‘cross-factional commission’ into December defeat
24 Dec 2019
James ‘four ovens’ Brokenshire and other failed photo-ops
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James ‘four ovens’ Brokenshire and other failed photo-ops

From bacon butties and bananas to a poorly timed Mexican wave
15 May 2019
Ted Cruz ‘likes’ porn video on Twitter - and other gaffes
Ted Cruz
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Ted Cruz ‘likes’ porn video on Twitter - and other gaffes

The Texas senator’s faux-pas is the latest in a long line of incidents when politics and Twitter didn’t mix
12 Sep 2017
Stamp duty: how the new rules affect buy-to-let landlords
UK housing market
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Stamp duty: how the new rules affect buy-to-let landlords

Buy-to-let property will attract a 3% stamp duty surcharge from April next year – and other taxes will rise too
26 Nov 2015
Ed Miliband 'won't return to frontline politics'
Labour leader Ed Miliband
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Ed Miliband 'won't return to frontline politics'

Former Labour leader to announce he will tackle inequality and the environment from back benches
4 Sep 2015

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David Miliband accuses Ed of 'turning back page'
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David Miliband accuses Ed of 'turning back page'

From New York, Miliband also warns that no US government will take Britain seriously again if we leave EU
10 Jun 2015
The undoing of Ed Miliband: what Labour insiders say
Ed Miliband
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The undoing of Ed Miliband: what Labour insiders say

From the party conference disaster to the mockery of Ed Stone: Miliband's aides discuss defeat
4 Jun 2015
Tristram Hunt rules himself out of Labour leadership race
Labour Shadow Education Secretary Tristram Hunt
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Tristram Hunt rules himself out of Labour leadership race

Shadow education secretary endorses Liz Kendall after 'bulk' of MPs back Cooper and Burnham
20 May 2015
GENERAL ELECTION: Social media reacts
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GENERAL ELECTION: Social media reacts

The best reaction to last night's eventful election
8 May 2015
Ed Miliband resigns after Labour's election 'bloodbath'
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Ed Miliband resigns after Labour's election 'bloodbath'

Harriet Harman to become caretaker leader of Labour party after 'disappointing and difficult' night
8 May 2015
Election 2015: David Cameron wins UK general election
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Election 2015

Election 2015: David Cameron wins UK general election

Conservatives win 'shock' Commons majority as Ed Miliband stands down as Labour leader
8 May 2015
ELECTION 2015: Will Cameron come to miss Clegg?
The Mole
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ELECTION 2015: Will Cameron come to miss Clegg?

The Tory right has got its wish: the Lib Dems are gone. Which just makes it harder for the PM
8 May 2015
General election 2015: how the papers want you to vote
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General election 2015: how the papers want you to vote

Britain's boisterously partisan newspapers have thrown up a few surprises this year, offering support in unexpected ways
7 May 2015
UK election 2015: what the rest of the world is saying
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UK election 2015: what the rest of the world is saying

A 'weird' electoral system, a 'barmy' prime minister and a party that sounds like an 'awful pudding'
7 May 2015
ELECTION 2015: Latest news and polls
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ELECTION 2015: Latest news and polls

Election day arrives: it's all over bar the voting (and the talk of Downing Street plots)
7 May 2015
Who’s the devious plotter - Cameron or Miliband?
The Mole
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Who’s the devious plotter - Cameron or Miliband?

Telegraph claims Miliband is plotting to seize power: Guardian says it’s a Cameron coup we should fear
7 May 2015
Final polls: it’s a dead heat or they’ve got it dead wrong
Columnist Don Brind
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Final polls: it’s a dead heat or they’ve got it dead wrong

Pollsters shows Labour and Tories tied – which means a 3.5 average swing to Labour since 2010
7 May 2015
Who will win the 2015 general election?
Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg, David Cameron, Nigel Farage, party leaders
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Who will win the 2015 general election?

Polls have opened in what is expected to be the tightest election for several decades
7 May 2015
Election 2015: how party leaders are trying to win your vote
Ed Miliband
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Election 2015: how party leaders are trying to win your vote

Polls suggest the election is too close to call as leaders of the main parties rush around the country
6 May 2015
PR back on the agenda as post- electoral depression looms
The Mole
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PR back on the agenda as post- electoral depression looms

Is it fair, asks Lord O’Donnell, that Ukip and the Greens will win lots of votes and very few seats?
6 May 2015
Fewer voters feel country is heading in right direction
Columnist Don Brind
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Fewer voters feel country is heading in right direction

Ashcroft polling shows more agree that coalition policies have failed and 'it’s time for a change'
6 May 2015
Is Clegg tempted to side with Miliband in new coalition?
The Mole
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Is Clegg tempted to side with Miliband in new coalition?

Lib Dems would lend ‘legitimacy’ because Labour would not be dependent wholly on SNP
5 May 2015
'You've gotta vote Labour': Russell Brand gamble pays off
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'You've gotta vote Labour': Russell Brand gamble pays off

Cameron dismissed 'Milibrand' as a joke - but Brand’s endorsement is serious for Tories
5 May 2015
The Croydon conundrum: has Ashcroft got it wrong again?
Columnist Don Brind
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The Croydon conundrum: has Ashcroft got it wrong again?

Poll shows sudden rise in Tory fortunes quite at odds with general swing to Labour in the capital
5 May 2015
Cameron set to ‘squat’ at No 10 if Tories can win most seats
Columnist Don Brind
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Cameron set to ‘squat’ at No 10 if Tories can win most seats

He would challenge Labour and SNP to bring him down and make it clear they wielded the ‘bloody dagger’
4 May 2015
Dave is winner on the night but Ed's ahead in new polls
Columnist Don Brind
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Dave is winner on the night but Ed's ahead in new polls

To general incredulity, both party leaders said they could still win overall majorities. Think again
1 May 2015
THE MOLE: So Ed, are you serious about the SNP?
The Mole
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THE MOLE: So Ed, are you serious about the SNP?

In theory, Miliband can count on SNP never supporting Tories. In practice, will it be that simple?
1 May 2015
RUSSELL BRAND: Why Ed Miliband took the risk
Columnist Don Brind
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RUSSELL BRAND: Why Ed Miliband took the risk

Cameron dismisses it as a joke - but Miliband gains access to voters other politicians cannot reach
29 Apr 2015
'Dave Lively' swears he really really wants to win
The Mole
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'Dave Lively' swears he really really wants to win

It’s a bloody important election and I’m determined to win it, says pumped up David Cameron
28 Apr 2015
Tories take poll lead - but will it keep them in power?
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Tories take poll lead - but will it keep them in power?

Tories look more like emerging the largest party but without Lib Dem numbers to keep Cameron at No 10
28 Apr 2015
The Boris and Ed show: a taste of things to come?
Boris Johnson and Ed Miliband
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The Boris and Ed show: a taste of things to come?

Or perhaps not? BBC's Nick Robinson among those wondering if Boris did himself any favours
27 Apr 2015
Tory assault on Labour-SNP deal a sign of desperation
Columnist Don Brind
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Tory assault on Labour-SNP deal a sign of desperation

Why is Cameron persevering with this line? It could lose the Tories valuable support from DUP
27 Apr 2015