2min policy video shows Labour a govt-in-waiting – #forthemany

Labour’s start to the campaign has left the Tories standing, just as the party’s leader has had Theresa May scuttling for cover and looking drab and one-dimensional.

Labour’s policies ‘for the many, not the few‘ have won widespread acclaim from health professionals, teachers, public servants, small and medium businesses and the public – and, together with Corbyn’s outstanding public campaigning – have seen Labour slash the Tories’ lead in voting intention polls in just a few days – and now you can see them as they stand, in a concise and punchy video less than 2 minutes long:

These policies – all fully costed – show Labour as a genuine ‘government in waiting’, in stark contrast to the ‘weak and wobbly’, even chaotic, Tory party.

Please watch, share and share again. This country needs a Labour government – and Labour is ready.

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10 responses to “2min policy video shows Labour a govt-in-waiting – #forthemany

  1. Pingback: 2min policy video shows Labour a govt-in-waiting – #forthemany | paulh121·

  2. From the policies we have seen so far, this Labour manifesto is shaping up to be the best offer made to the British public since Clement Attlee’s post war Labour Government.

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  3. Pingback: 2min policy video shows Labour a govt-in-waiting – #forthemany | Jaffer's blog·

  4. I approve, but wish they had checked the wording under ‘Education’ (3rd page ‘investment’ instead of ‘invest’) before releasing the video..

    Like

  5. Pingback: 2min policy video shows Labour a govt-in-waiting – #forthemany | The SKWAWKBOX | Britain Isn't Eating·

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