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Labour manifesto 'an offer that will transform lives' says party leader Jeremy Corbyn

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks to the media outside the Institute of Engineering in London, where a party meeting took place as they deal with the fallout from the leak of its draft General Election manifesto. The 43-page document, which sets out plans to nationalise key industries and reverse years of austerity, was denounced by Tories as a recipe for taxes and borrowing which would put the UK on the “road to ruin” Picture by PA/Lauren Hurley
LABOUR'S manifesto will offer a vision of a Britain in which “nobody is ignored, nobody is forgotten, nobody is left behind”, Jeremy Corbyn has said. Mr Corbyn was speaking after a [...]

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