BRADFORD - British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn presented the election manifesto on Tuesday for his Socialist Labor Party. It is based on a sharp increase in tax on higher income and especially tax on corporate profits. Corbyn wants to say the inequality in the country, according to British media Tuesday.
For example, he promises to help the public health care (NHS) out of the trouble and stop a lot of money in education. He also promises more affordable housing and the nationalization of the railways, post offices and part of the energy sector.
Thursday, June 8, there are early elections. They are held on the initiative of the Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May. May wants the voters' blessing for the proposed brexit and, according to surveys, have sufficient support thereafter. The Conservatives consider Corbyn's plans as those of a Saint Vincent without money. According to them, it would not be realistic to think that taxpayers will cope with the converted 56.6 billion euros for Labour plan. The largest amount of extra money expected Labor of taxes on operating profit, approximately 22.6 billion euros.