Former Labour leader Ed Miliband has called for an end to the "secrecy and abuses" of tax havens.
Speaking on ITV's The Agenda with Tom Bradby, Mr Miliband called for sweeping changes to the UK's tax policy, including ending non-domiciled status, which allows some British citizens resident abroad to limit the tax they pay on foreign earnings.
"We go on about Panama - the top country in the world for tax avoidance is the UK," he said.
Mr Miliband also stood up for David Cameron, who has faced intense criticism over benefiting from his father's investment fund.
"I understand the prime minister defending his father and I understand it was upsetting for him," he said.
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Former Labour leader Ed Miliband returned to the Commons today to listen to a debate on recent allegations of corruption at Fifa.
Although relegated from the front to the backbenches, Mr Miliband appeared to be in good spirits although at one point he did look a little glum.
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Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg were seen deep in conversation as the two former leaders were sworn in as MPs today.
Mr Miliband - fresh from a holiday after his election loss and subsequent resignation - appeared to skip the queue to join Mr Clegg, who also quit in the wake of the Liberal Democrats' disastrous defeat.
Mr Clegg was also seen speaking to Alex Salmond, the former First Minister of Scotland and the new MP for Gordon.
Before any of the 650 MPs can take part in a debate or vote in the House of Commons, they must swear an oath of allegiance to the Crown.
Ed Miliband's brother, David, has sent his commiserations to Labour after the general election loss.
Ed beat his older brother to the Labour leadership in 2010.
Heart goes out to great colleagues who lost seats, Labour teams who worked so hard and of course to Ed. (1/2)
Deep and honest thinking required to rebuild progressive politics. (2/2)
Resigning Labour leader Ed Miliband has confirmed he has already congratulated David Cameron on the Conservative election victory.
Ed Miliband says he has phoned David Cameron to congratulate him
The Labour leader Ed Miliband has stood down.
Mr Miliband quit after his party failed to secure enough seats in the House of Commons to form a Government.
His resignation follows those of Ukip's Nigel Farage and the Liberal Democrat's Nick Clegg.
This is not the speech I wanted to give today.
Earlier today I rang David Cameron and congratulated him. I take absolute and total responsibility for the result and out defeat at this election.
Britain needs a strong Labour party and now it's time for someone else to take forward the leadership.
So I am tendering my resignation.
I am truly sorry I did not succeed, I have done my best for nearly five years.