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Miliband: No manifesto pledges will be funded with extra borrowing

Ed Miliband has said that no Labour proposals in their manifesto will be funded by extra borrowing.

Speaking to ITV News Political Editor Tom Bradby about the economy questions for the next election the Labour leader said:

Clearly part of it is also clearing the deficit, which is why we said yesterday in relation to our NHS proposals we're not going to borrow a penny more to pay for it, indeed none of our proposals in our manifesto will be paid for by additional borrowing.

– Ed Miliband

Miliband: We 'cannot turn away' from threat of IS

The UK "cannot turn away" from the threat posed by Islamic State (IS) as they are "a murderous organisation", Ed Miliband has said.

Speaking to Good Morning Britain, the Labour leader said he was "open" to British intervention but wanted to see proof the UK could make a legal, effective contribution.


Miliband: We cannot turn away from threat of IS

Ed Miliband has said the UK cannot 'turn away' from the threat of Islamic Stat (IS).

Speaking to Good Morning Britain the Labour leader said:

Miliband: Economy needs change to work for working people

Labour leader Ed Miliband has said that he did forget parts of his speech yesterday after he failed to mention the deficit during his conference speech, but added that the economy needed change.

Conservatives keep up pressure on 'English votes for English laws'

While the Labour leadership debated the economy today, the Conservative party continued to push English MPs voting on English laws. William Hague said any party that did not link such reforms to more powers for Scotland could pay at the General Election. ITV News Deputy Political Editor, Chris Ship, reports:


Miliband tries to shift attention from English votes for English laws

The Labour party conference began today with Ed Miliband trying to shift attention away from the row over English votes for English laws. But despite announcing the first of his policies ahead of next spring's election he is facing questions on little else.

ITV News Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship reports:

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