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Monday, 6 February 2012

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The BBC pulled off a scoop last night as it announced David Milipede will join the cast of Eastenders to play local councillor Delboy Moon - long lost cousin of nearly everybody else currently in Eastenders.

Milipede has branched out into acting to keep a low profile in the Labour Party and deflect attention away from rumours he is critical of his brother Ed's leadership of the Party.


In the soap Milipede will play yet another son of David Essex, who arrives to help sort out a garden fence dispute between Dot Cotton and Phil Mitchell. A further twist will see him become a love interest of returning character Sharon Watts, former squeeze of Phil.

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