In a new interview, Miliband admitted that as a youth he was a ZX Spectrum owner (although if history tells us anything, it probably originally belonged to his brother David, and he stole it). Speaking with Absolute Radio's Geoff Lloyd, Miliband further claimed he was "brilliant" at Manic Miner despite "lacking hand-eye co-ordination", correctly asserting that there were some 20 levels in Matthew Smith's seminal platformer.
He continued: "‘I used to drive my parents slightly mad because you used to play it on the telly, obviously, so they wouldn't be able to watch. I plead guilty to being a geek. I am proud".
In fact, we presume he got his chauffeur to drive him into poor areas, and then he'd beat working class people around the face with it, before demanding his parents buy him a new one because it was covered in "pauper blood".
Nick Clegg? He probably just hung around on his own outside Our Price with his poxy Dragon 32, fawning over everyone who went in, and asking whether they knew of any computer clubs he could join.
You'll be able to hear the full Miliband interview here.