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Harriet Harman takes to the ice

Labour's Deputy Leader Harriet Harman has taken to the ice at the new Ice Skating Rink at Bitts Park.

Ms Harman has taken to the new ice rink in Bitts Park Credit: ITV News Border

The Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport has also visited the Old Fire Station before work begins on a new £1 million art venue.

The Deputy Labour Leader has been at the Old Fire Station Credit: ITV News Border

Harriet Harman arrives in Carlisle

Labour's Deputy Leader Harriet Harman has arrived in Carlisle.

Harriet Harman has arrived in Carlisle Credit: ITV News Border

She is also the Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport.

She's been invited by prospective parliamentary candidate Lee Sherriff Credit: ITV News Border

Her trip will see her visit the Old Fire Station and the new Ice Skating Rink at Bitts Park.

Deputy Labour Leader visits Carlisle

Labour's Deputy Leader and Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, Harriet Harman is visiting Carlisle.

She's been invited by prospective parliamentary candidate Lee Sherriff.

The pair will visit the Old Fire Station before work begins on a new £1 million art venue, then look at the new Ice Skating Rink at Bitts Park.

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Miliband: Shared history means Scotland mustn't leave

Ed Miliband hailed the strengths of the UK remaining united in his conference speech at the Perth Concert Hall. Credit: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Ed Miliband has told Scottish voters remaining in the union is the "right choice" because of the the "bonds and the history we share across the UK".

The Labour leader, addressing his party's Scottish conference in Perth, said the history "has enabled us to fight for equality and social justice".

Mr Miliband also spoke of his father Ralph's time serving in Scotland with the Royal Navy during World War Two. Credit: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire
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