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Prospect’s new issue: Miliband’s message

By Tom Chatfield  

Britain’s foreign secretary is touted by many as a future prime minister and the saviour of his party—questions that the current torments of the Labour party have made especially urgent. In the unlikely event of a coup against Gordon Brown, David Miliband probably won’t be among either the ringleaders or the chief beneficiaries. But it is increasingly clear that this ambitious, intellectual and articulate politician has a central role to play in the future of British politics.

In our cover story this month, Miliband spoke to a panel of interviewers—Robert Cooper,…

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