Labour leader Ed Miliband in a BBC interview
Media playback is unsupported on your device

Miliband: 'We will not borrow more than the Tories'

The three main Westminster leaders have been crisscrossing the UK in a frenetic final two days of campaigning.

David Cameron warned again against an SNP-backed Labour government, Nick Clegg suggested the UK could face a second election before Christmas if the Lib Dems were not included in a coalition and Ed Miliband said he believed Labour would not borrow more than the Conservatives.

But he was forced on the defensive after the vice-chair of his campaign suggested that just because Mr Miliband had carved his election pledges in stone, it did not mean that he would not break them.

James Landale reports.

  • 05 May 2015
Go to next video: Ed Miliband interview in full