Labour’s new campaign video recalls creation of NHS out of rubble of WWII – and the stark contrast between Labour’s vision and Tory cuts
In the Labour Party’s rousing new video, Jeremy Corbyn contrasts Labour’s visions for rebuilding the UK after a decade of Tory austerity and sell-offs with the Tories’ plans for more cuts and more sell-offs – and reminds the UK what Labour achieved when the country was in ruins after the Second World War.
The creation of the NHS and state system that provided security for the UK’s people:
In 1945, the UK faced a choice between a Labour Party that would build and create – and a Tory party that would inflict ‘more of the same’ on the nation.
The people chose – overwhelmingly – to build for the future and elected Labour in a landslide that stunned the Establishment, giving Labour a majority of 146 in the House of Commons.
The country faces the same choice in December – and needs to make the same decision, for our children’s and our grandchildren’s sake.
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