The new UK Labour leader has a new nickname, and it could get him into trouble

Ed Miliband’s new nickname could be a cause for concern, as he is seen as a possible candidate for the Liberal Democrats’ leadership.

Mr Miliband, the leader of the Labour Party, has been dubbed the ‘New Leader of the Opposition’ for his campaign to become prime minister.

But the nickname could also be an opportunity to exploit Mr Miliband’s political style, which is often seen as more in line with a politician with a traditional image of the right-wing than the left.

The Labour leader is known as the New Leader of Labour, and the new nickname has been criticised by some in the party for its resemblance to the political party’s former leader, Ed Miliband, who used the title ‘New’ during the 2010 general election campaign.

In an article in the Huffington Post, Mr Miliband said he did not want the nickname to be seen as being too extreme.

“I think people need to be aware of the differences between the two of us, and I’m not going to be too extreme about it,” he wrote.

Mr Miliband is currently leading the Labour party in the general election, ahead of a leadership contest later this month.

But he is also facing criticism for not campaigning for the leadership and for not holding events in the traditional Labour strongholds of the north-east and the Midlands.

A spokesman for the New Labour Party told the Huffington post: “He has been campaigning on the local level and he has been doing this in a more traditional style.

He has spoken to more than 200,000 people across the country on the doorstep, and he continues to reach out to his constituents.”

In a statement, the Labour leader’s office said: “We are very proud of Ed Miliband and he is a leader who is committed to building an economy that works for everyone, and who understands the challenges facing Britain in the 21st century.

We will continue to campaign on local and regional issues, and we will continue our work with the public to give everyone an opportunity for a real voice in politics.”

The New Labour party has been a major part of Mr Miliband the leader’s political career, and has gained support in the last two elections.

His rise to power has been aided by the rise of UKIP, which has gained the support of a huge proportion of voters, and Labour’s failure to reach an agreement with the Conservatives on the terms of the UK’s exit from the EU.

Labour was elected to power in May 2015 on a platform of creating a fairer, more prosperous Britain.