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If you had asked people this morning which party leader would come to this community hall in London today and say that people who come to this country should integrate, should learn English and that the Labour government got immigration wrong?
Many of them wouldn't have thought that it would be Ed Miliband the current leader of the Labour party. He's clearly trying to form a different approach under this One Nation banner.
But the Prime Minister and many of his critics will be saying well hang on a minute what about border controls?
What about keeping the number of people coming into this country down ? That's clearly something he's less focused on.
His main message is about integration. Other people should be allowed to keep their culture when they come here but they also have to become part of this One Nation Britain.
Prime Minister David Cameron has said that Labour presided over a failed immigration system for ten years.
Speaking at a press conference in Brussels Mr Cameron admitted that he hadn't seen the exact details of Ed Miliband's speech on intergration.
The Labour Leader Ed Miliband said that watching Mo Farah win his medals at the Olympic Games was one of his highlights of 2012, closely followed by dancing with David Cameron to the Spice Girls.
Ed Miliband has said that his party wants to talk about immigration because far right groups are wrong about the issue and currently dominate the debate.
He said that it was "wrong to shy away from discussing people's anxieties" about immigration and that some area's of the UK cope better with the integration of migrants than others.
Ed Miliband has praised Team GB and Paralympics GB for showing the world Britain's diversity.
The Labour leader said that the games had an important lesson for the country on integration.
Nigel Farage, the leader of the UK Independence Party has praised Ed Miliband for proposing that all migrants to Britain should learn English. The party said that Mr Miliband's new stance shows that it was "right all along" on immigration issues.
The Labour Shadow Justice Secretary Sadiq Khan has told the BBC's Today Programme that the party "got it wrong" on immigration.
Mr Khan said that the Labour had been nervous to discuss the issue in the past but was doing so now because "Britain has separate communities living parallel lives".
Ed Miliband will set out how his party would tackle immigration and its impact on British culture in a major speech in London later.
The Labour Leader is expected to say that the party would require all migrants to learn English.
Recruitment agencies would also be banned from seeking workers only from particular countries or certain ethnic groups.
The party would bring in legislation to stop "landlords who pack newcomers to the UK into overcrowded houses".
Latest ITV News reports
The UK should "work at" becoming more integrated, Ed Miliband has said, as he talked about a "strategy" for a multi-ethnic society.