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'He sounds like Alan Partridge yodelling': Ed Miliband shows off his death metal roar as he interviews Napalm Death
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Ed Miliband 'could return to Labour frontbench under Jeremy Corbyn'

A number of high=profile moderate Labour MPs have already opened the door to returning to the frontbench, including Yvette Cooper and Chuka Umunna, after Mr Corbyn defied expectations at the general election on June 8 as the party gained seats.
 The Telegraph UK2 months ago

Ed Miliband criticises Theresa May for not standing up to Donald Trump

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UK polls end in hung parliament, May likely to quit as PM

It's a hung parliament. Conservatives cannot reach the 326 seats they need to form a majority government.The Independent: John Curtice, the UK's most prominent psephologist and the man behind the general election exit poll, says there is not now "any way at all that the Conservatives can get to the 326 mark" and win an outright majority.It's looking increasingly likely that May will step down as Tory party leader. Conservatives cannot reach the 326 seats they need to ...
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Theresa May's luck may hold in Britain's election

The United Kingdom votes on June 8.A quick guide to the post terror election. IMAGE: Puppets of Conservative Party leader Theresa May and Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. Photograph: Neil Hall/Reuters Why we should follow the British election Well, because of Brexit! That is, Britain's historic exit from the European Union last June. Regardless of who wins the election, the United Kingdom's divorce from the EU is now down in the history books as an unstoppable event. The outcome of the ...
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