Ed Miliband mocks David Cameron and brings back the ‘Ed Stone’ in Christmas card

Former Labour leader Ed Miliband has mocked David Cameron and brought back the ‘Ed Stone’ in his Christmas card.

The MP for Doncaster North referenced the former prime minister’s now widely shared 2015 tweet in which he said Britain “faced a simple and inescapable choice – stability and strong Government with me, or chaos with Ed Miliband”.

Mr Miliband also made reference to his 2015 election campaign by rolling out the ‘Ed Stone’.

The card showed Mr Miliband peeking out from behind the stone, wearing a Christmas jumper with the words ‘Merry Christmas’ written above him.

Ed Miliband’s 2018 Christmas card (Ed Miliband)

Quoting Mr Cameron’s tweet, Mr Miliband wrote on the stone: “A better Xmas, a better new year.

“Britain faces a simple and inescapable choice. Stability and strong government with me, or chaos with Ed Miliband. Happy holidays!”

Mr Miliband’s signature then appears on the bottom of the stone.

Ed Miliband unveils Labour’s pledges carved into a stone plinth in Hastings during General Election campaigning (PA Archive/PA Images)

His card was widely praised on social media, as some hailed it as the “best card of the year”.

Journalist Paul Waugh said: “The prize for the best political Christmas card 2018 goes to Ed Miliband.”

Lee Burkwood said: “Best Christmas card ever. Can we go back to 2015 and have chaos with Ed Miliband please?”

Amanda McDonald Ramsay said: “Genius. Best political Christmas card 2018 goes to Ed Miliband.”


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