Miliband: 'I'm quitting politics'

The former foreign secretary David Miliband told ITV News "I am quitting politics" as he announced he is resigning as an MP to become the head of a US charity. He admitted life was "tough" after losing the Labour leadership contest to his brother.

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Ed Miliband: If I'm PM I'll get David involved

Ed Miliband told ITV News that if he becomes prime minister he will make sure his brother David is involved in British public life.

"I will make sure that he serves the country in one way or another because I think he's a huge talent," he told deputy political editor Chris Ship.

He said the brothers had "got past" the pain caused by the pair standing against each other for Labour leadership.

And he added that although he'd miss his brother in New York, he was "only a phone call away" and would "continue to be a support" across the pond.

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