Labour unveils general election manifesto

Labour Leader Ed Miliband has unveiled the party's election manifesto, promising to reduce the deficit and balance the books, while offering "a better future" for the country.

Mr Miliband said the party would increase the minimum wage to more than £8 an hour, abolish zero hours contracts and protect tax credits.

He said the party would not raise National Insurance, VAT or the basic rate, or higher rate, of income tax.

James Landale reports.

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