The plan includes important and popular demands to end to the public sector pay cap, repeal the Tories’ Trade Union Act, ban zero-hour contracts, introduce four new bank holidays, and raise the minimum wage to £10.
Elsewhere, Corbyn has also pledged to find £3billion to plug the shortfall in school funding; increase pay for overworked NHS staff as well as scrapping tuition fees for student nurses and midwives, which had previously been covered by bursaries; and to work toward solving the housing crisis by building half a million council houses by 2020.
These are vote-winning policies, which could strike a mortal blow against the Tory government.
But how this program would be funded remains unclear. Corbyn has…
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