Corporate media continue to ignore or understate Labour’s outstanding policy offering. It dwarfs the scattering of false carrots dangled by Boris Johnson
As Boris Johnson begins the process – to a dire reception – of trying to convince voters he has more to offer than blonde hair, bad jokes and Brexit, the corporate media have been attempting to persuade the country that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has withdrawn into a ‘bunker’.
As part of fostering this impression, they have been resolutely ignoring – or at best drastically understating – the huge policy platform Corbyn and his team have been putting together, as well as Corbyn’s many rallies and other public appearances to present these policies to the public.
As an aid to voters and to Labour activists, the @ToryFibs Labour activist account has put together a list of Labour’s key policies – 124 policies Labour will implement in government to transform the country.
As ever, the policies are fully costed – and the list had to be cut down considerably from the full set for readability:
Boris Johnson clearly hopes to turn the next general election into a personality contest. Labour, meanwhile, is preparing for government.
As Labour supporter James Foster put it today, “Don’t just hope for a better life. Vote for one.”
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