Labour leader Ed Miliband will unveil plans to tackle income inequality and working poverty in a speech to party activists in the West Midlands today.
The plans are likely to be welcomed by some critics in the party who have complained that Mr Miliband has so far failed to set out a positive vision of what Labour can offer.
Britain is still one of the lowest paid countries among the world's advanced economies. So we have to go further, we have to write the next chapter in the history of Labour's battle to make work pay.
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