The Labour politician's post-leadership reinvention continues.
May this bring an end to the great political Freddo wars.
Labour "can’t tell an enchanted story of our country and the Conservatives can", the founder of the Blue Labour pressure group told BuzzFeed News.
"Where was shady, sassy bitch Ed when we needed you?!"
Nearly two years after losing a general election, the former Labour leader still regularly gets stopped in the street by teenagers wanting to take pictures and videos with him. Why?
Is it too soon to have nostalgia for 2015 UK politics? Probably.
A picture of the former Labour leader blowing his nose was used by NBC News to illustrate a segment about the flu season.
“So Milibandism made it to Downing Street,” one former adviser to Miliband told BuzzFeed News. “Just not the man himself.”
Well, don't things look different now?
Labour's deputy leader begged party members to vote for someone more electable to the general public, "because there are millions of people out there who need a Labour government".
To me, to EU.
Jeremy Corbyn refused to deny that Miliband would join his shadow cabinet, saying mysteriously: "All that's for the future."
The former Labour leader knows he’s not a Snapchat person. He just wants young people to register to vote and back Remain.
The former Labour leader is making a fresh push to voters to back Remain in the referendum.
We caught up with Ed Miliband's biggest teen fans one year after the #Milifandom and Labour's general election defeat.
"The vast majority of those who would have us leave do not want to build a fairer, more just Britain," he said.
"Alex Salmond showed off his curves on his way to break hearts in the House of Commons."
Please enjoy the happiest five-second video you'll see today.
Amirreza Tayebi, 23, spoke to BuzzFeed News about his plight.
You might be a global superpower, but can you fit nine Creme Eggs up your bum?
“I don’t usually ask people for their stories, they just tell me, but I enjoy hearing them."
The party could receive a fine for failing to submit the receipts of the giant monolith to the independent regulator on time.
"It hurt so much – I think it was the shading of his hair."
"This guy on my train won't stop staring at me."
Oh Ed, how we miss you.
It has been a wonderfully WTF year. Some bits are a bit NSFW.
Miliband told the BBC he won't be a "backseat driver" for Corbyn. "Having crashed the car, it's difficult to do that," replied the presenter.
The chancellor is trying to take the Conservatives to the centre ground – and he likes the look of many of Labour's policies.
Bob Roberts will start work at the City of London Corporation from November.
The former Labour leader urged Corbyn to reach out to "all parts of the party".
The US politician was also told internal Labour politics resembled the Tudors.
And he's become 100% more attractive in the process.
Éoin Clarke is mocked and abused, but he's incredibly successful at making pro-Labour messages go viral. What’s going on?
The leadership contender told BuzzFeed News that too many politicians use Twitter like they are "shouting in a train station".
Resigning after a terrible election result isn't all bad.
He came a lowly fourth in Labour’s 2010 leadership contest – but now the MP is running again on a promise to take the party out of the “Westminster bubble”. Fellow Labour MPs and aides tell BuzzFeed News what he's really like.
The Labour MP for Tooting dismissed claims that he would do both jobs.
Jamie Reed told BuzzFeed News that all Labour MPs should be going public about what went wrong. And that the party shouldn't be afraid to kick out a failing leader next time round.
He then looked a bit sheepish when he had to apologise.
In the House of Commons, the former leader recounted an amusing anecdote of a moment with his son.
Miliband is back.
Forgetting Ed Miliband is an emotional rollercoaster. All credit to Huw Parkinson.
The Labour MP told BuzzFeed News that "lurching further to the left" was not a solution.
Can he really be called David "London" Lammy? H/T ParlyApp.
It kind of explains the election result.
Release the hounds.
There's a connection between British teens on Twitter going moony over a prime minister candidate and a Facebook fan group for Jason Derulo. The line between ironic appreciation and real life becomes extremely blurred.
The current and former party leaders lined up together in central London to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.
Le «Red Wedding» devient le «Ed Wedding».
Balls. NSFW language, of course.