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David Miliband is mocked on Twitter for rice pudding Brexit tweet

MailOnline Monday, 14 May 2018
David Miliband is mocked on Twitter for rice pudding Brexit tweetThe ex Labour frontbencher was pilloried online for making the comment as he returned to the political foray after five years away to call for Brexit to be watered down.
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