Grassroots videos 2 and 3 showcasing Labour’s incredible 200 policies

Bite-sized two-minute videos convey Labour’s policies to create a UK to be proud of

The second and third of three videos by Labour activist Max Albedo break down Labour’s policies into easily-digestible sections by policy area. They complete the showcasing of Labour’s two hundred policies to undo the damage inflicted by the Tories and transform the UK into a country we can truly be proud of.

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The first video can be found here.

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  1. With these policies, with Jeremy Corbyn the Prime Minister, for the first time in my life I would be proud to call myself British.

    While the tories, with lib-dem enablers, are turning this country into a worldwide embarressment equating Britain with shit!

    1. Yes, it beggars belief that anyone would still vote Tory with this on offer. What’s not to like? Let’s hope fair-play broadcasting rules during the election campaign reveal a more popular standing in the polls than we’ve been led to believe…

  2. It would help if Families was spelt correctly at the start of part 2.

  3. The opening title is spelt FAMALIES and of course it should FAMILIES. Further, the first CREAT requires CREATE, the second use of it is correct so is this the usual autocorrect issues?

  4. As said before – it’s fine as notes for a manifesto, but there is a lack of focus in terms of messaging – other than to the converted.

    Who is the target.?

    People are inured to pre-election promises and this is a case where less is more. The last thing we want is the empty slick PR stuff of the Blair days – but there needs to be a bit more professional nous in terms of messaging at the centre.

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