Ed Miliband sets out his thoughts for Labour's future

New Labour Party leader Ed Miliband has set out his vision for Labour's future and says he is ready to take on Prime Minster David Cameron.

The toughest message by far was aimed at Labour itself and its own record in government. On the Iraq War, immigration, on the claim to have ended boom and bust; he said the governments of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown had got it wrong and he understood people's anger.

The BBC's Political Editor Nick Robinson reports.

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