Labour leader Ed Miliband waves to supporters as he makes his resignation speech
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Labour soul-searching after disastrous election result

Ed Miliband has resigned as Labour leader, after his dream of entering Number Ten was shattered on a devastating night for Labour, with the party performing worse than in 2010.

The Shadow chancellor Ed Balls headed a list of high-profile casualties.

Mr Miliband said he took "absolute and total responsibility" for the party's defeat.

Eleanor Garnier reports.

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