Ed Miliband will today accuse David Cameron of condemning Britain to a "decade of decline" by sticking to his austerity plans.
The Labour leader is due to address a 'people's policy forum' in Birmingham later today, and will ask: "Can you imagine another five years of this?"
Miliband will reel off a list of policies that he claims would kick-start growth and make the economy fairer, including bank reform, infrastructure investment and a 10p tax rate.
He will contrast the platform he is fleshing out with George Osborne's financial package this week.
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