Miliband


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Miliband

(ˈmɪləbænd)
n
1. (Biography) David (Wright). born 1965, British Labour politician; foreign secretary (2007–10)
2. (Biography) his brother, Ed(ward Samuel), born 1969, British Labour politician; leader of the Labour Party from 2010
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The country's largest trade union Unite is the latest to give Mr Miliband his backing, and he claims to have the support of more than 100 local party associations.
Pipped at the post: David Miliband sits in front of a photo of his brother Ed.
FORMER political party leaders Ed Miliband and Iain Duncan Smith have signed up for a new venture as radio hosts.
ED MILIBAND yesterday made a passionate plea to Scots to "answer the call" and deliver a Labour government.
SPIRITED Ed Miliband routed his opponents last night as gutless David Cameron dodged the last TV debate.
But just 20 per cent of Britons say they can imagine Mr Miliband as PM - down five points from November 2013.
ED Miliband is "robust enough" to deal with swirling unrest over his leadership, Tony Blair said as he offered his "full support" to the embattled Labour leader.
ED Miliband should be ashamed for allowing himself to be pictured with a copy of The Sun.
Ed Miliband's autumn offensive appears to be paying dividends with a new opinion poll suggesting he is catching up with or overtaking David Cameron in key personal ratings.
ED Miliband has insisted Labour still has a North East heartland, despite rebellious MPs and low opinion poll ratings.
David Miliband begins his new role today as President and CEO of the International Rescue Committee, a global humanitarian organization assisting millions of people in war and disaster zones around the world.
SOUTH Shields MP David Miliband has formally stepped down.