Labour’s national campaigns co-ordinator said it was not a manifesto but simply a draft of policy ideas.
Britain’s opposition Labour party on Thursday sought to shrug off the apparent leak of its manifesto for the next month’s election, which includes its view on Brexit talks.
The document proposes sweeping reforms including the renationalisation of the railways, tax hikes and a large increase in borrowing to invest in infrastructure.
It also says that if Labour party were incharge of negotiations on leaving the European Union, it would not follow through on Prime Minister Theresa May’s threat to walk away rather than accept an unsatisfactory deal.
Most of the proposals have been raised before and Andrew Gwynne, Labour’s national campaigns co-ordinator, s
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