Much-praised Corbyn speech launched Labour’s election campaign – but what is Labour’s campaign platform? Find out below
Labour launched its European Parliament election campaign today with a widely-praised speech by Jeremy Corbyn in which the Labour leader concentrated on the real issues facing the UK – and pulled no punches in his assessment of ‘snake oil’ salesman Nigel Farage.
Labour’s full manifesto for the elections, like its 2017 general election predecessor, majors on the same fundamental, real-life issues facing the people of this country: poverty and austerity, protecting our environment and climate, protecting our people at home and at work, preserving our rights – and tackling the rise of the far right:
With its commitment to end austerity, invest in our communities, take urgent action to protect the planet, strengthen employment laws and human rights, promote equality and more, it’s a thing of beauty.
And you can download the document in full right here:
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