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  • Ed Miliband's final PMQs of 2014 contained hints the worst is behind him

    PMQs verdict: Finally, Miliband's long wait is over

    It's been a hellish 51 months for Ed Miliband. Ever since being elected as leader of the opposition he's faced periodic claims that he's just not very good at his job. Now, just when it matters most, the evidence from today's prime minister's questions suggests that's suddenly going to stop mattering.

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