As it happened: Miliband speech

Key points

  • Ed Miliband tells Labour delegates a "new bargain" is needed in society, to reward people with the "right values"
  • He says he wants Labour to "regain trust" on the economy but says the government's economic plan is wrong
  • Mr Miliband says the summer riots were "a terrible moment for Britain"
  • Delegates urge Labour to campaign for "media integrity" to be a priority, when future mergers are considered
  • Shadow culture secretary Ivan Lewis argues that journalism should be a licensed profession, with bad practitioners "struck off"

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