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Thursday, 30 September 2010

The new Labour leader, Ed Imliband has said he will help his brother in his new career.

David Imliband, after loosing Labour leadership elections, has decided to leave front-line politics, to become a nurse.

He said "I don't feel comfortable, working under Ed, He is a very gracious character but I don't want to get involved." David was seen by TV producers disagreeing with his brother's views on immigration, wars, and student loans.

Barriet Barman, the deputy leader of The Labour Party said that she fully agreed with David's choice.

"It isn't very good, that he is leaving politics to become a nurse, but I will stand by him." David Imliband says that he is still "as close as ever" with his brother, but feels he needs to accomplish his life long dream, working for the ill.

David added "this is the reason I came into politics, to help all, to cater for all."

Will Ed continue with his quest to become Prime minister...?

Will David actually become a nurse...?

We shall see!

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