The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has set out his ten goals for a Labour Government.
In a speech in Telford morning, Corbyn set out ten goals on which the public could judge a Labour government after five years in power:
He promised that they would eradicate in-work poverty, end rough sleeping and foodbank dependency for ‘proud women and men’
He would give 1.4 million elderly ‘the help they needed.
The party would scrap university tuition fees and would be building ‘hundreds of thousands of genuinely affordable homes
They would end over four hour long queues in A&E and months long queues for cancer patients and would get Brexit sorted within six months
Labour would also reduce primary school classes to under 30 pupils, and having ‘unleashed a green industrial revolution’.