Leak 'not ideal but makes people talk about Labour'
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Leak 'not ideal but makes people talk about Labour'

Labour's elections chair has called the leak of their manifesto "not ideal" but says on the plus side people are now talking about the party's vision.

Andrew Gwynne defended the manifesto on the Today programme against claims it is too left-wing, saying the party was looking to put some ambition back into politics, just as the Attlee government had done in 1945.

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