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Ed Miliband says treasury 'making up' spending black hole

22 September 2013 Last updated at 11:51 BST

Ed Miliband has rejected claims by the Conservatives that his spending plans for the country have a £28bn "black hole".

Treasury minister Sajid Javid has released analysis which he says shows Labour promises would require more than £1,000 extra borrowing per household in 2015.

Speaking on the Andrew Marr Show, Mr Miliband said: "Frankly treasury ministers should be worrying about the cost of living crisis facing families and not making up things about the Labour party."

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