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Politician casually falls asleep on live TV mid-way through debate

It's a well-established fact that politics is super-duper boring. Long, waffling speeches. Dull meetings. Arguments that go on for hours.  SEE ALSO: 16 times Ed Miliband was the sassiest politician on Twitter If you happen to actually...Show More Summary

Eight big ideas for 2018 by Ed Miliband, Maggie Aderin-Pocock, Jay Rayner, Sophie Walker and more

From politics to culture, space science to food, our experts assess the major developments that will mark the year ahead 2018 is all about reclaiming reality, opposing governmental and corporate paradoxes, and dissecting lies, before they become a new truth, the new normal – a new reality. Continue reading...

Ed Miliband on Fox/Disney deal: ‘I think it’s good for our broadcasting landscape’

last monthNews : World News Blog

Former Labour party leader Ed Miliband and Bloomberg’s entertainment reporter Anousha Sakoui discuss Rupert Murdoch’s decision to sell 21st Century Fox to Disney.

Elections matter less than you think

Here’s another example of a point I keep making: The second was the 2015 general election. The Conservatives won this election with a slender majority, but on policy terms, Ed Miliband’s Labour party were the victors. His policies on capping energy prices and a national living wage were laughed at but later adopted by the […]

Jeremy Corbyn and the New Mainstream

Tweeting earlier in response to Jeremy Corbyn's conference speech, Ed Miliband observed that the centre ground had moved and was being shaped by Labour. Correct. The boasts about Labour being the mainstream have a solid foundation because, to be more exact, our party is one of two mainstreams. Show More Summary

Labour on the rise as Theresa May stumbles in the United Kingdom's parliamentary election

8 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

In 2015, as the United Kingdom decided whether their prime minister would be David Cameron or Ed Miliband, no one could have imagined what the next two years would bring to British politics. The rise of Jeremy Corbyn, the Brexit vote...Show More Summary

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