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Would the "other" Miliband really have done better than his brother?

David Miliband may have had to downsize his ambitions since his defeat in the Labour leadership race last September, but that has not stopped him from thinking. Nor, apparently, has Miliband’s brief period in the wilderness diminished his cult-like appeal to members of his faithful fanbase. Last night at the LSE, the one-time academic base of his father Ralph, the queue for returned tickets stretched almost as far…

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