As he mounts his final push for Election victory, Ed Miliband has urged to people to vote Labour tomorrow so that his party can put "hard working families first" ahead of the "privileged few."
Mr Miliband said:
"I’m asking people to vote Labour tomorrow to put their family first so that we can be a country that rewards hard work again, gives opportunity to our young people and rescues our NHS.
"If I’m Prime Minister I will put working families first, not the privileged few – and that’s the choice at this Election."
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