Ed Miliband's Labour Party conference speech in full

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The full version of Ed Miliband's 2011 Labour Party conference speech in which he told delegates that a "new bargain" is needed in society, to reward people with the "right values" and he wanted Labour to "regain trust" on the economy.

He also attacked "predatory asset-strippers" and the "fast-buck" culture.

The Labour leader was speaking against a backdrop of falling poll ratings and attacks from union leaders leaders angry at his decision not back a TUC day of action over pension changes.

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