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Labour manifesto key points: Who should I vote for in 2017 Election?

20 May 2017, 09:40 | Taylor George

Labour manifesto key points: Who should I vote for in 2017 Election?

Labour manifesto key points: Who should I vote for in 2017 Election?

Last weekend, grime don JME met up with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to discuss why he thinks young people don't vote. Compatriots! Followers of the cause!

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has rejected suggestions that Labour MPs are distancing themselves from Jeremy Corbyn as he challenged a journalist to reveal their sources.

Labour has proposed introducing an inflation cap on rent rises, making three-year tenancies the norm and implementing new consumer rights for renters.

His comments were dismissed by Labour's elections co-ordinator Andrew Gwynne, who said: "This is absolute rubbish from the Tories and yet another wholly cynical ploy to try and avoid scrutiny of their own spending plans".

However, despite Labour likely heading towards its worst UK General Election results, with UK polls indicating that the party may loss between 50-60 seats, William Hill has detailed that Corbyn is still being backed to remain as party leader post 8 June. "It's not a foregone conclusion, a lot of Labour's policies are very popular and when you contrast it with what the Tories are offering today in their manifesto, there's a genuine contrast and a real choice for voters", he said. "I think it would be extraordinary". He believes memes are a useful tool to clarify important issues. Britain, Mr. Corbyn said at his manifesto announcement at the University of Bradford, had been "run for the rich, the elite and the vested interests", adding: "They have benefited from tax cuts and bumper salaries while millions have struggled".

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Akala, who has said he "never was a Labour supporter" before this year's General Election, says he would vote for Corbyn this time around.

The leader of the country's biggest trade union says he is confident the opinion polls will start to change in Labour's favour following the publication of the party's "fantastic" manifesto.

According to an IPSOS Mori poll, published by the Evening Standard, Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party are at 49 percent, while the Labour Party has gained eight points, growing to 34 percent, its highest poll rating so far in its campaign.

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