Britain's Labour Party leader Ed Miliband applauds a speaker during the final day of the Labour party conference in Brighton, east Sussex, south England, on September 25, 2013. AFP PHOTO / ADRIAN DENNIS
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Ed Miliband (L), the leader of the Labour party, prepares to deliver a speech in the London Business School setting out his party's stance on membership of the European Union on March 12, 2014 in London, England. Mr Miliband made clear that a future Labour government would not call a referendum on UK membership of the EU unless the European Union demanded greater powers.
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British Prime Minister David Cameron (L) Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the Liberal Democrats Nick Clegg (C) Leader of the Labour Party Ed Miliband (R) walk through the Members' Lobby before the Queen's Speech at the State Opening of Parliament on June 4, 2014 in London, England. Queen Elizabeth II will unveil the coalition government's legislative programme in a speech delivered to Members of Parliament and Peers in The House of Lords. Proposed legislation is expected to be introduced on a 5p charge for plastic bags in England, funding of workplace pensions, new state-funded childcare subsidy and reforms to speed up infrastructure projects.
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Labour Leader Ed Miliband waits to enter the hall to address supporters on November 13, 2014 in London, England. Mr Miliband's leadership has been criticised from some members of his own party recently.
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Leader of the Labour Party Ed Miliband speaks as he visits Standard Life on November, 11, 2013 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The Labour leader was attending a Q&A session in Scotland, where he has recently come under pressure to have a inquiry into allegations of vote rigging by the Unite union in Falkirk.
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Labour leader Ed Miliband speaks to people affected by pay day loan companies at the London Mutual Credit Union in Peckham on October 17, 2013 in London, England. Ed Miliband has declared 'payback time' for payday lenders today as he announced plans for a new tax on firms such as Wonga.
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Labour leader Ed Miliband visits the Five Points Brewing Company in Hackney, east London after making a speech about banking and the economy in the Senate House on January 17, 2014 in London, England. Mr Miliband has called for the creation of two challenger banks to tackle the dominance of the five biggest banks in the United Kingdom.