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David Wright Miliband MP, (born 15 July 1965) is a British politician who is the current Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs and Member of Parliament for the constituency of South Shields. He is the brother of Ed Miliband. Born in London, Miliband studied politics at universities in England and the US, and started his career as a policy analyst at the Institute for Public... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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