Douglas Alexander on Labour conference and Ed Miliband

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The shadow foreign secretary reviewed Labour's conference week and the public reaction to Ed Miliband's speech to delegates in Manchester.

Douglas Alexander said the party had a "long way to go, a hard road ahead" and compared Mr Miliband taking over in 2010 to that of Tony Blair becoming leader in 1994.

He spoke to Andrew Neil for the Sunday Interview on the Sunday Politics about Labour's record in office and Ed Miliband's claims about tax cuts for millionaires.

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