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pledge to transform UK

Jeremy Corbyn launches Labour’s manifesto – real change

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Jeremy Corbyn launches Labour’s manifesto – as it happens.  click @ 51:36

Jeremy Corbyn launched Labour’s general election manifesto in Birmingham with his shadow cabinet in attendance. Corbyn’s speech followed by a Q&A.

It promises to “transform” the UK and to renationalise rail, mail, water and energy.

Leader Jeremy Corbyn also promised “a green transformation” of the economy.  But a pledge to make the UK “zero carbon” by 2030 has been watered down.

The manifesto sets out plans for a windfall tax on oil firms and scrapping rises in the state pension age.

Mr Corbyn said his offer to voters was “radical” and would mean “real change”.

On Brexit, Labour says it wants to renegotiate a new Brexit deal, incorporating a close relationship with the EU, which would then be put to a “legally binding” referendum.

On Scottish independence, the party says it would not grant permission for a referendum on the issue “in the early years” of a Labour government.

Will this persuade you to vote?


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