Labour will fight the next election on a commitment to make Britain work "for everyday people", Ed Miliband is expected to say.
At a speech in London, Mr Miliband will contrast his approach with a Conservative party he says believes the UK's success "comes from a few at the top".
Despite recent poor polling, he will sound an optimistic note about next year's election, saying:
“We’re in a fight, but not because our opponents think we’re destined to lose. We are in a fight because they know we can win."
The deficit means Labour's approach will involve "big reform", rather than big public spending, he will argue.
Mr Miliband will also hit out at Ukip, saying Nigel Farage's party want to return the UK "to a more unequal, more unjust past".
He will say that his party will seek to address voters' concerns about immigration, but without trying to "out-Ukip Ukip".
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