Labour spending plans to create £58bn hole in public finances, claim Tories

Tim Farron's party also claims to be progressive in its tax planning, saying that because the dividend tax is also weighted to higher-earners, those being paid the most will pay more.

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Revealing Labour's left-ward direction under his leadership, Corbyn also promised to re-nationalize the country's rail and water networks.

"It's particularly pleasing to see the commitment to renew Trident remaining Labour Party policy in the manifesto after years of campaigning by our community".

Labour claims its hikes to corporation tax would bring in nearly £20 billion, and the overall package of tax increases would bring in an extra £48.6 billion.

But independent experts shed doubt on the sums the party said could be raised.

The Centre for Policy Studies think tank was highly critical of the proposals on corporate taxation, with director Tim Knox describing them as "economically illiterate".

"This is a programme of hope".

Their meeting was followed by the launch of a new pro-Corbyn online campaign, "Grime4Corbyn".

"Our country will only work for the many not the few if opportunity is in the hands of the many".

Letting the Government and local councils take control of transport was just one of a wide range of measures in Labour's election manifesto.

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Reverse planned cuts in corporation tax and take it back up to 26 percent by 2020. Reintroduction of lower rate for small businesses.

While the shadow chancellor did not give details, his policy in practice would mean workers on between £80,000 and £150,000 could face an income tax rate in excess of 40 per cent.

Ms Dugdale added that "in places like East Lothian, Midlothian and Inverclyde, Labour beat the SNP at the council elections, with the Tories a distant third" and said in constituencies such as East Renfrewshire and Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill, Labour were best-placed to oust the nationalists.

An excessive-pay charge on firms: 2.5% on earnings over £330,000 and 5% on those over £500,000.

Labour would offer new protections for workers, including ending the "scandal" of zero-hours contracts. He spoke about the "grotesque levels" of inequality and pledged to transform 21st century Britain in the way that Labour Prime Minister Harold Wilson had in the 1960s.

Corbyn added that the Conservative Brexit plans would turn Britain into a "low wage tax haven".

But it would go further and link it to a new line between the North East and North West, which Labour calls "Crossrail for the North".

The party would scrap the pay cap, and immediately guarantee the rights of European Union staff.

The costings document published alongside the manifesto states that Labour would spend £5.3bn on early years and Sure Start, which would also include a move towards making some childcare available for one-year-olds and extending maternity pay to 12 months.

Labour say they will abolish university tuition fees and reintroduce maintenance grants for university students. A "no deal" scenario would be "the worst possible deal".

Concrete support for renewal of the missiles came after suggestions to that effect when the party's draft manifesto was leaked last week. Corbyn's party has been responsible for a massive 62% of bets placed on the market (Most seats won), whereas the Conservative Party only hold a measly 28%.