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Labour leader Ed Miliband has congratulated the Pride of Britain winners on their achievement and their "inspiring" stories helping others.
Prime Minister David Cameron welcomed the winners of the Pride of Britain Awards to Downing Street this morning.
Celebrities, politicians and sports stars gathered last night to celebrate the courageous stories of Britain's unsung heroes.
The Labour leader Ed Miliband has revealed he "had many fashion faux pas in the 80s", admitting "I think it may have been white trousers and not a nice v-neck."
Earlier in the year, Mr Miliband told Now magazine he wasn't "massively interested in clothes" and that his wardrobe contained "big jumpers and nasty corduroys."
Speaking to Absolute Radio at last night's Pride of Britain Awards, Mr Miliband confessed he did not know who the pop group The Saturdays were as they were being interviewed next to him.
He said he had not watched this year's X Factor, but did reveal he was sitting on a table with judge Nicole Scherzinger so he could catch up on the series.
Well Ed, you can watch previous episodes on the ITV Player.
Carol Vorderman has hailed the Pride of Britain Awards for its stories of bravery and courage after a "celebratory" night at the 15th annual awards last night.
Vorderman, who presents the show, admitted some of the inspiring stories left her close to tears.
The former Countdown presenter revealed that eight-year-old Harley Lane, who had both of his arms and legs amputated as a result of meningtistis, rejected a kiss from X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger at the awards last night.
The Daily Mirror’s Pride of Britain Awards is on ITV tonight at 8pm
Three RNLI crew members who saved a woman trapped in flood waters in Devon received a Pride of Britain award last night.
Paul Eastment, Chris Missen and Martin Blaker-Rowe rescued Vanessa Glover when water swept her from her car in December. The crew received the Emergency Services Award in London last night.
Wales's Local Hero - as featured on ITV News - attended the Pride of Britain Awards last night.
Phil Jones, from Wrexham, was nominated after helping raise more than £5.5m for charity, while working at Airbus.
He was chosen from among four Welsh finalists to go forward as our representative.
The award went to Anne Scarfe from Plymouth, but Phil says the ceremony was "inspirational" and that he will "carry on doing good things" for others.
Katherine Jenkins told ITV Calendar she was delighted that military heroes were getting recognition at the Pride of Britain Awards.
This Morning presenter Phillip Schofield told ITV Calendar "it's not about the celebrities" at the Pride of Britain Awards.
Celebrities have taken to Twitter following the 15th annual Pride of Britain award ceremony, which celebrates the country's unsung heroes.
The awards will be screened on ITV at 8pm tonight.
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Stars from the world of sport, music and comedy convened at Grosvenor House last night to celebrate the courage of Britain's unsung heroes.