No Labour plans to 'reopen' Falkirk vote-rigging inquiry

Labour has refused to reopen its inquiry into the Falkirk vote-rigging row amid claims that evidence from a key witness was withdrawn without her consent.

The Party's former chancellor, Alistair Darling, has suggested that the issues around the contest in the constituency should be looked at again.

ITV News Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen reports:

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Miliband defends Falkirk inquiry

Ed Miliband has defended his handling of the Falkirk vote-rigging row, insisting there is no need for Labour to reopen its inquiry amid claims that evidence from a key witness was withdrawn without her consent.