Labour leader Ed Miliband will outline his plans to restore a sense of social justice to the whole of the UK in his key note address to his party's Scottish conference, insisting that the UK is "better together".
In an attempt to woo Scottish voters to vote no in the independence referendum, he will set out his vision to create a "country that is more just, more equal, more fair".
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