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Ed Miliband: Don't declare result until final whistle

Ed Miliband has played down allegations that he is unpopular with potential Labour voters, saying that "you don't declare the result of the match until the final whistle."

When asked by ITV News Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship if he was going to acknowledge that many of his MP's say he is unpopular with potential Labour voters, Mr Miliband said that he didn't think this was the case and that he "relished" the challenge.

The Doncaster North MP said that if Labour went out to fight for what they believe in, then his party would win the next general election.

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Miliband on low ratings: I'm not in the whinging business

Ed Miliband has said he will not complain about his poor ratings and said he would concentrate on 'changing the country'.

The Labour leader went on to say that he will be repeating his message around the country ahead of the general election next year.

Labour supporters cheer Miliband's Ukip challenge

Ed Miliband has directly challenged the Ukip leader Nigel Farage as he tried to relaunch the Labour party.

Mr Miliband vowed that his party would talk more about immigration but told Labour supporters that they could "take this lot apart."

Miliband driven 'by the idea of change'

Ed Miliband has insisted he has the "resilience" to cope with the criticism he has faced in recent days and declared that Labour's beliefs will see the party win the general election.

The embattled Labour leader said he had learned the meaning of the phrase "what doesn't kill you makes you stronger" following the latest round of bitter infighting within his party's ranks.

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Miliband: 'work is the foundation of a successful economy'

Labour leader Ed Miliband has said that "security at work is the foundation of a successful economy."

"Everyone who works hard should be rewarded," Mr Miliband said in his 'relaunch' speech at the University of London

Ed Miliband speaking today.

And vested interests, whoever they are and however powerful they are, should not be allowed to hold the country back, the Labour Leader continued.

Mr Miliband also said that "Britain only succeeds when working people succeed."

"These are Labour values. They are the values that will win the election."

Miliband uses autocue for relaunch speech after conference issues

The Labour leader is using an autocue to deliver his re-launch speech today.

Ed Miliband received heavy criticism in his party conference speech, which he delivered from memory, when he forgot to mention the deficit.

Miliband: We are going to win the General Election

Labour leader Ed Miliband has said in his speech that his party will "win the General Election."

ITV News Political Editor Chris Ship has tweeted:

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