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Ed Miliband: quick fire questions

We've put five key West Country questions to Labour leader Ed Miliband today. But there was a catch; he was only allowed to answer yes, no, or maybe.

See how he got on:

Watch ITV West Country at 6pm tonight for the full interview, including the Labour leader's thoughts on the deficit, GP waiting times, taxation, and why he's going to fight for the West.

WATCH: Ed Miliband answers your questions

Our presenter Kylie Pentelow has been traveling around the West asking you to record your very own Election Selfies.

You've been sending in your questions and comments for the country's leaders in the run up to the election.

Now we've put your questions to the Labour Leader Ed Miliband.

Have a look at how he got on below, and if you want to record an Election Selfie of your own please send the short video to itvwestcountryelection@itv.com.

Ed Miliband visits Swindon

Ed Miliband visits Tetronics International in Swindon Credit: ITV West Country/Bob Constantine

Labour leader Ed Miliband was in Swindon today where he hopes Labour can reclaim two seats at the next general election

He took a tour around Tetronics International which specialises in turning waste material into commercial products and is a big employer in the area.

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Miliband: 'I look like Wallace' but image isn't important

Labour leader Ed Miliband has admitted to a likeness with "Wallace" from the popular "Wallace and Gromit" films, made by Bristol's Aardman Animations.

But he says politics rather than his image is what is important to him.

Separated at birth? Wallace and Ed Miliband Credit: PA

In a wide-ranging speech to the Royal Institute of British Architects he said:

I am not from central casting. You can find people who are more square-jawed, more chiselled, look less like Wallace.

– Ed Miliband MP, Labour leader

Ed Miliband visiting Somerset flood victims today

The Labour Leader, Ed Miliband, is visiting Somerset today to meet flood victims and discuss their future insurance claims. His visit coincides with a Downing Street summit today where the Prime Minister will meet representatives from the insurance industry, to discuss flood compensation.

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