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surely there should be three at the wedding, for diversity sake?

Yawn.

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Weird fellow. Two kids by the same woman and he hasn't even put himself on the paperwork as their father - too busy!

Also irrelevant fellow: he's just keeping the seat warm for his older brother. ;)

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Does this mean no stag do?

I can't imagine it would be a particularly raucous event to be fair.

Some mild train-spotting followed by a glass of schloer then tucked up in his jim-jams by 7.30.

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Is this the same as brown having been told he can't be a single man and be PM?

Ted "Teddy" Heath was a single man and PM. But then again.............................

A bit hypocritical of Millipede IMO as he clearly felt a committed marriage relationship was not necessary and to shack up was more trendy and reflective of his belief system.

Utter rubbish leader and I suspect that awful creature Balls will take over in a couple of years.

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Utter rubbish leader and I suspect that awful creature Balls will take over in a couple of years.

Are Labour party members somehow immune to Balls' sliminess? His wife must be, but surely he makes the rest of them them heave. :ph34r:

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Ed Miliband to marry partner Justine Thornton - but no best man

She's a "Cambridge-educated environmental lawyer". What a surprise.

'No best man'

Perhaps his brother said no,

and to save the embarrassment he decided to have no one (obviously that 'friendly' Ed Balls is not his 'best man'? :D ).

The very same Ed Balls that got put down by the PM for repeated interuptions to his replies during PM's questions today :P:P .

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The reason they never got married may have been something as straightforward as the fact that she is not Jewish? The Best Man thing may be part of the same issue. Edwina Currie's father cut her off forever for marrying a gentile. Never spoke to him again. Still goes on.

(just idly speculating)

this proves one thing at least...he has better taste the BLIAR.

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His personal life is muddled from a political marketing point of view. Why did he void/fail to register his paternal interest in Justine's children? There were personal fiscal benefits to remaining unmarried so they could claim independent primary residency and thus shelter from CGT.

Why do people keep knocking Balls he's a perfect choice as shadow chancellor for Labour and should Miliband ever relinquish the party leadership he'd be idea. His economic grasp is outstanding. :lol:

If only more people had seen the light at the election then we would more than likely be better off. Brown and Balls would have been left to clean the bed they shat in by Darling that's for sure and we'd now more than likely have a majority Tory government. The re-election of Brown would have woken the Tory backbenches and led to the kind of stomach that is totally lacking in the Coalition.

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Why do people keep knocking Balls he's a perfect choice as shadow chancellor for Labour and should Miliband ever relinquish the party leadership he'd be idea. His economic grasp is outstanding. :lol:

Don't even joke about it.

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Is this the same as brown having been told he can't be a single man and be PM?

It worked for Hugh Grant.

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Harridan Harm-man probably told Milliband that the concept of a best man was sexist and rather than be faced with picking either her, Blears or Tacky Jacqui, decided that no one at all was preferable to one of those harpies.

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