Mapping the manifestos

May 18, 2017, 12:54pm


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FOR once, British voters can hardly complain that the parties are all the same. Jeremy Corbyn has taken Labour far to the left with a plan to re-nationalise industries and spend billions on public services, including free university education. Theresa May’s Conservatives are focused on executing a hard Brexit.
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