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  1. Ed would be happy to hear from you If you are a constituent in Doncaster North and you would like to speak to Ed about a query or problem, please email ed.miliband.mp@parliament.uk or call 01302 875462 to make a surgery appointment. Please include your full name, address and any reference numbers in written correspondence.

  2. www.edmiliband.org.ukEd Miliband

    Welcome to the website of Ed Miliband MP. If you would like to get in touch, please email ed.miliband.mp@parliament.uk. Or call 01302 875462 for constituency matters and 0207 2197318 to speak to the Parliamentary office. Latest news MPs call on the Government to return £1.2 billion reserve fund to miners 15 Jun 2021

  3. Edward Miliband is the Labour MP for Doncaster North, and has been an MP continuously since 5 May 2005. He currently undertakes the role of Shadow Secretary of State of Climate Change and Net Zero. Contact information Parliamentary career Voting record Early Day Motions Spoken contributions Written questions Registered Interests

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Ed_MilibandEd Miliband - Wikipedia

    Together with Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls, Miliband also promoted a "five-point plan for jobs and growth" aimed at helping the UK economy, involving extending the bonus tax on banks pioneered by Alistair Darling, bringing forward planned long-term investment to help reduce unemployment, cutting the rate of VAT from 20% back to 17.5%, cutting VAT on home improvements to 5% for a temporary one ...

  5. BA, University of Oxford; MSc in Economics, London School of Economics. 1997, Special Adviser to UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, on economic and social policy areas, including taxation, public spending and labour market issues; 2005, Labour MP for Doncaster North; Chair, Council of Economic Advisers, Treasury, advising Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown, on long-term policy development ...

  6. 17/03/2012 · Ed Miliband, leader of the Labour party, in his Westminster office, which is believed to have been subject to a break-in. Photograph: Martin Argles for the Guardian S t a f f a n d a g e n c i e s ...