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Although there are significant differences between the US and British electoral systems, Ed Miliband's decision to take on one of Barack Obama's key strategists, David Axelrod, can hardly hurt the Labour leader's chances.
ITV News Political Correspondent *Romilly Weeks *reports.
David Axelrod, one of US President Barack Obama's top strategists, has been warmly welcomed by Labour after joining their election team, however that did not stop the party's website from misspelling his name.
The news release spelled his name 'David Alexrod' but the website has now corrected the error.
President Obama strategist David Axelrod has tweeted he is proud to be working with Ed Miliband.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has welcomed the news US presidential strategist David Axelrod is to join the party's election campaign.
He said: "It's excellent news that David has agreed to help One Nation Labour win the next election and build our campaign to change Britain so hard-working people are better off.
"He will be a huge asset to our campaign as we work to show the British people how we can change our country for the better."
One of US President Barack Obama's top campaign strategists has been recruited by Labour to play a key role in Ed Miliband's bid for Downing Street in next year's general election.
David Axelrod, who is credited with masterminding Mr Obama's presidential victories in 2008 and 2012, will join Labour's general election campaign team as a senior strategic adviser, the party announced.
Labour’s shadow foreign secretary, Douglas Alexander, has said the deal agreed over Ukraine at the Geneva talks would be "a welcome step forward" if implemented.
"Both Russia and Ukraine have a responsibility to deliver on their commitments to help resolve the ongoing tensions and ensure that stability is restored," Mr Alexander said.
"The days ahead will be a crucial test of Russia's stated resolve to help stabilise the situation, but this initial step is potentially a sign of progress."
Former prime minster Gordon Brown "will remain" an MP, denying speculation that he could stand down in 2015, his spokesman has said.
The news came after the New Statesman magazine reported that he would stand down from the Commons at the general election next year, but Mr Brown's office said the former Labour leader remained an MP and had "no plans to make any announcement to the contrary".
Since leaving No 10 Mr Brown has combined his job as a constituency MP with acting as the UN special envoy for global education.
"He is, and will remain, Member of Parliament for Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath and he has no plans to make any announcement to the contrary," his spokesman said.
Business Secretary Vince Cable has responded to today's wages and unemployment figures by saying: "Throughout the economic crisis, and now in the recovery, our labour market has shown itself to be resilient and flexible".
"People are feeling the benefits of recovery. We now need to focus on increasing job security and confidence.
"This is why I am addressing issues such as zero-hours contracts and restoring the real value of the national minimum wage.
"Together with the tax and benefits changes we have made, this will mean more money in people's pockets at the end of each month."