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Ed Miliband: Labour’s got talent, not a leadership plot

The Labour leader is going nowhere. The party must make the best of this

By Jonathan Todd  

Ed Miliband's leadership is under pressure ©Peter Byrne/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Is Ed Miliband about to resign as Labour Party leader? Not having sacrificed so much to achieve this status, no. Is he to be forced out? His position would be made untenable if enough Labour MPs publicly call for him to. But we are long way from this. There seem to be plenty of grumbling Labour MPs but no organised conspiracy. Do debates about his future as party leader weaken…

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