Ed Miliband has been speaking to ITV Daybreak about the Government's radical new plans to scrap GCSEs and overhaul the school exam system.
The Labour leader will today set out his plans to get more young people into work.
He said that people are against the new plans, because they feel the Government is "squeezing creativity out of the system".
He added some children need high quality vocational skills, to help them get into full time employment.
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