After a false start last week — a leak had anticipated the content — here is the final and official version of the manifesto of the Labour Party in all its socialistic radiance. The Labour Party was the first party in presenting its proposal for the political elections on the upcoming June 8. An inspired Jeremy Corbyn announced it Wednesday.
The party leader is increasingly at ease in managing high-rate audiovisual situations. The event took place in a symbolic place of English Socialism, the Bradford University in Yorkshire, a working-class city with a large Muslim community, the birthplace of Harold Wilson, Labor prime Minister twice (in 1964-70 and 1974-76).
It’s an electoral program full of hope “for the many and not the few,” with a slogan that does not revolve around things, like the rest of the document. To give “hope and opportunity” to every generation in a country where seven years of Conservative government cut taxes to the elite and reduced subsidies to millions of families in need. “This manifesto is for you,” said Corbyn.