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Ed Miliband: Tory spending claims 'completely false'

Labour leader Ed Miliband has rejected Conservative claims that his party has promised unfunded spending commitments of £20.7bn in the first year, should Labour win May's general election.

Mr Miliband told BBC Breakfast said the suggestion was "completely false" and that "every measure will be paid for either by a tax change or a change in spending".

"It think this is a crucial election for the British people. For the lives that they and their children are going to lead in the coming years," he added.

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