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The Miliverse

Joel Cornah

Publisher: Joel Cornah

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Summary

In a parallel universe, Ed Miliband is Prime Minister and everyone is annoyed at how boring it is. 
The hit twitter account, @TheMiliverse, reaches into the eBook world and produces this dull little tale of not much happening. A very boring few days for the PM who could have been. 
In the Miliverse, there is no Brexit, no Corbyn, and no clue. But everything is basically fine.

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