Labour conference: Ed Miliband on voters leaving Labour

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Ed Miliband said he understood why people turned away from the last Labour government and voted for David Cameron at the 2010 general election.

But he said "we have had long enough to make a judgement" and claimed the Conservatives had turned a recovery into the longest double dip recession. And he said borrowing was rising under the current government to "keep people idle".

Ed Miliband's conference speech in full

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