Labour leader Ed Miliband has admitted that he sought the sacking of Gordon Brown's former aide Damian McBride, and that he raised his concerns at the time to Mr Brown.
He told the BBC's Andrew Marr Show that he was concerned about "indications that he [McBride] was briefing against colleagues".
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