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Labour leader Ed Miliband claims his party had previously got its policy wrong on immigration, and had failed the concerns of working people.
He vowed to stop British people being "locked out" of jobs, as he put it, by immigrant workers.
Alp Mehmet of Migration Watch has welcomed Ed Miliband's admission that Labour got it wrong while in office, but said that he was; "listening to find out how they were going to get it right should they return to office - I didn't hear anything to suggest that they would get it right."
Home Office minister Lynne Featherstone has told ITV News that Ed Miliband's stance on immigration is 'right', but is still, 'too little too late.'
ITV News Political Correspondent Lucy Manning asked Labour leader, Ed Miliband, if there are too many immigrants coming into the country.
Mr Miliband said that the question was about, "who comes here and what they do when they come here."
Labour Leader Ed Miliband told ITV1's Daybreak that his Party did "get it wrong" on immigration when they were in Government.
Ed Miliband will today renew his attacks on the previous Labour administration's approach such as failing to restrict entrants from new EU member states in eastern Europe.
In a swipe at Gordon Brown, he will say voters have legitimate fears about overburdened public services and community cohesion and expressing them "does not make them bigots, not in any way".
The then prime minister was widely condemned during the 2010 election campaign for being caught on a microphone dismissing a voter who raised the issue as "bigoted".
Mr Miliband, who made re-connecting with party supporters on immigration a central plank of his leadership campaign, will also rule out a Brown-style "British jobs for British workers" approach.
Under Ed Miliband's blueprint, the Migration Advisory Committee would gather data to alert Whitehall and local councils to areas becoming "dominated by low-wage labour from other countries".
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Ed Miliband has admitted Labour "did get it wrong" on immigration when they were in Government and pledged new measures.