Miliband and the loneliness of a Jewish diaspora politician
In interview with Haaretz, visiting U.K. Labor Party chief speaks of 'deep affection’ for Jewish state
In a little over a year from now, Ed Miliband could well be the first Jewish prime minister of the United Kingdom. Despite this, in the three and a half years since he became leader of the Labor Party, there has remained a lingering feeling of unease with him in the British Jewish establishment, especially the more pro-Israel element of the community.
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