Companies which charge massive interest rates for payday loans have been branded "vultures" by David Miliband.
The leader of the Labour party was speaking after hearing Labour MP and anti-loan shark campaigner Stella Creasy condemn football clubs Blackpool and Hearts and Ant & Dec's Red or Black for accepting sponsorship from loan firm Wonga.
Mr Miliband said that he regarded it as "totally shocking" that firms were demanding four-figure interest rates from people struggling to make ends meet.
Two goals from the Shadow Chancellor and one from the Shadow Health Secretary were enough to see off a toothless Press Lobby XI.
Ed Miliband said Labour would reverse the coalition's cut in the top rate of tax from 50p to 45p "if there was an election tomorrow".
Ed Miliband will use his party conference to attempt to convince voters he could lead Britain out of recession. He has work to do.