Ed Miliband says Labour will support NI tax devolution
Labour will not oppose legislation to devolve corporation tax to Northern Ireland when it is brought before MPs next week, leader Ed Miliband has said.
Speaking to BBC News NI Political Editor Mark Devenport, Mr Miliband also defended the party's decision not to put up candidates in the next election, saying the party would be seen as intervening in the politics of Northern Ireland, not a broker.
He said the peace process is important, but fragile and Labour should do nothing to put it at risk.
Mr Milliband also ruled out any election pact, saying he "doesn't want a coalition with anyone" and was determined to win the election outright.
22 Jan 2015
- From the section Northern Ireland