Ed Miliband has said that his party's focus on cutting the deficit makes Labour "not only the party of change but the party of responsibility too".
He said the manifesto would include a "triple lock" of responsibility - including details of how every policy would be paid for, plans to cut the deficit every year and the promise of a surplus on the current budget.
As Labour bids to win voters’ confidence in its economic policy, why has it been so vague on one of its key promises?
Whether or not Ed Miliband makes it into Downing Street, he did today at least look the part of a Prime Minister in waiting.
The major measures promised by Labour in its manifesto for the upcoming General Election.