The Metropolitan police has told ITV News it will not be making any arrests after Ed Miliband was egged earlier today.
A police spokesperson said the Labour leader "did not wish to take the matter any further."
I can confirm that officers were made aware of the incident at East Street market this afternoon.
No police officers were there at the time, an officer did attend however Mr Miliband had left by then.
We have since been informed that Mr Miliband does not want to take the matter any further.
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