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Anne, who was crowned Best Supporting Actress for her role as tragic prostitute Fantine in Les Miserables, swapped her baby pink Prada gown for a dove grey silk number with silver embellishments around the neck by Olivia Munn went for a entirely different look from her earlier red carpet appearance, switching her red and gold gown for a delicate beaded pale pink dress, complete with thigh-high split, for the star-studded afterparty.
It was seen as fast-forwarding his career in the hope that, if Ed Miliband loses the next Election, Umunna – and not the Labour leader’s bitter rival, Ed Balls, or Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper – will step into his shoes.