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    What's next for Labour??

    Ed Milliband's election is causing some issues/questions to the Labour party.what's gonna be the rets f the story like?
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    Don't Panic > Magazine > Labour: What?s next? | Doubts linger about Red Ed?s suitability

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    Ed was the right pick, David Milliband's hissy fit shows that. He's 'taking a break', I wonder would he have refused to put himself forward for the shadow cabinet had he won? The coalition is about to slash and burn, Labour need someone who can articulate an alternative. Ed can do that, David is a flip flopper in the finest of Blairite's 'stand by nothing, put up with anything' policy.

    Viva Ed!
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