Ed Miliband

Member of Parliament for Doncaster North, House of Commons of the United Kingdom

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; 2006-07, Minister for the Third Sector, supporting charities, social enterprises and community organizations; Minister for the Cabinet Office and Chancellor, Duchy of Lancaster, responsible for helping to coordinate work across government, and leading efforts to tackle social exclusion, support Third Sector and coordinate improvement of public services; currently, Minister, Department of Energy and Climate Change and Chancellor, Duchy of Lancaster; Leader of the Labour Party. 2003, Visiting Lecturer, Department of Government, Harvard University and Visiting Scholar, Center for European Studies.

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