Ed Miliband has promised his party will look into any new evidence regarding allegations of vote-rigging in Falkirk, but refused to comment on whether the inquiry would be reopened.
The Labour leader admitted there were "machine politics" at play in Falkirk, but insisted his party are "learning the lessons" from the scandal.
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