Labour manifesto 'draft for better future'
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General election 2017: Corbyn launches Labour manifesto

Labour's manifesto was "radical and responsible" and would reverse national priorities, said Jeremy Corbyn.

Announcing the plans, he ruled out VAT and national insurance rises, with a new minimum wage of £10 per hour by 2020.

Mr Corbyn said: "This is a manifesto for all generations. We are providing hope and genuine opportunity for everybody."

And he told the crowd gathered in Bradford that opinion was changing, and was "moving towards Labour".

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