Justine Miliband with James Landale
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Justine Miliband ready for election attacks to get 'vicious'

The wife of Labour leader Ed Miliband has said the personal attacks her husband faces will get worse and "really vicious" over the election period.

Justine Miliband revealed her husband's biggest regret about his job was "not seeing the children enough or worrying he doesn't see the children as much as he'd like".

Speaking to BBC deputy political editor James Landale, Mrs Miliband explained how their children think he leads the "red team" at work with "quite a lot of chats about what the red team's doing and who the red team's helping."

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