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Ed Miliband
Attended Haverstock Comprehensive School
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Politicians investigating bankers will not convince the British people. We will continue to argue for a full and open inquiry.
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Hey Eddie!
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Honoured to welcome Aung San Suu Kyi to officially open the new Labour offices in London
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We cannot solve our problems as a country unless we change what is wrong with our politics. And we cannot change what is wrong with our politics unless we change the way it is funded.
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Good talk Ed, but it's worse here in my country. 
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Helping launch Forest in the Community this afternoon
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whos that ugly guy 2nd from left
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Talking with people in Derby this morning after I spoke about how Britain needs to change
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HEY! EDDIE!
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Sign the petition for a judge-led inquiry to get to the bottom of the culture and practices of the banking industry http://bit.ly/Mw07z4
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My tribute to our Armed Forces, their families and our veterans ahead of Armed Forces Day tomorrow.
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Dear Ed, 

As a supporter of the SNP, as someone who voted for the SNP, and as someone who voted YES in the Referendum, I am a bit puzzled as to why this message was emailed to me by the Labour party. How did you get my email address??? 

It went like this.. 

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Dear Kirsty,
 
This is not the email I wanted to be writing to you today. I am profoundly sorry for the defeat we suffered, and more grateful than I can express for the support that you have shown me, and our party, throughout this campaign.
 
I take full responsibility for the result of the election, and that’s why it’s absolutely right that I step down as Labour’s leader today.
 
It has been the utmost privilege to serve this party as your leader, and to spend the last four-and-a-half years fighting for the millions of British families who need and deserve the fairness, compassion and opportunity that only a Labour government can provide.
 
Yet while defeats are hard, we are a party that will never stop fighting for the working people of this country. Britain needs a strong Labour Party and it is the responsibility of each of us to continue the fight. The stakes are too high to wait for others to lead.
 
It isn’t simply leaders who achieve change, it is people that make change happen. I will never give up on that idea, I will never give up on our cause and I will never give up on our fight.
 
Thank you again for everything, and please, keep on fighting too. The course of progress and social justice is never simple or straightforward, and change happens because people like us don’t give up.
 
Yours,
Ed '


I have no idea how you got my email address, but please can you take me off your mailing list? 
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On the 30th anniversary of the end of the Falklands conflict this is a moment to remember the fallen and pay tribute to our veterans
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l  believe that all people share these views  -- many who pay tribute far more often than on anniversary days  
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The UK needs a responsible economy that encourages firms to create jobs and invest in communities.
In this essay for Juncture, Ed Miliband develops his argument about how Britain needs a responsible capitalism, not an economy based on predatory, short-term speculation. This will mean a more active
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+Fred Bloggs Here you go. Here is all the imaginary money. Hope you like it.
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PCSOs do a great job in supporting front line police officers. But we don't want see them replacing front line police officers on the beat.
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Our local MPs are only in it for the perks not to make a difference... Great Britain isn't so great anymore sadly our government are standing on the shoulders of giants but are glory hungry power hungry scare mongers. Its a shame cause we need a strong leader right now not two midddle class fuck whits
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Another picture from Derby earlier today – speaking about the change Britain needs
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Love the posters in the background with you in tough times, why have we got tough times Ed, would that be because of crap governmental decisions
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I’ve been the MP for Doncaster North since 2005 and Leader of the Labour Party since September 2010.

I came into politics because I do not accept that change is simply done to people. Instead, I believe politics can help shape change so that it improves the life of people who feel the way Britain is run does not work for them.

Britain is a great country but we are being held back from achieving our full potential. The rules of our society too often reward people for doing the wrong things while those who work hard, and deserve more, struggle. 

I lead a Labour Party that is determined to fulfil the immense promise of this country and ensure the next generation can do better than the last.   

I grew up in North London and went to Haverstock Comprehensive School in Chalk Farm. I live in Doncaster North, where I am the local MP and my family home is in London. I live with my wife, Justine, and our two young sons.

Labour is determined to be a party that looks outwards, not inwards. That means talking to people, but also listening and responding to them too. That’s what this page is for.

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  • Haverstock Comprehensive School