Britain’s Opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn (C) poses as he arrives for the launch of his party’s manifesto in Birmingham, on Thursday.
Britons go to the polls on 12 December in a general election.
Corbyn unveiled what has been described as the “most radical and ambitious plan to transform Britain,” on Thursday.
If elected on December 12, Corbyn said he would “take on vested interests.”
“The big polluters, financial speculators and corporate tax-dogers have had a free ride for too long,” said Corbyn, insisting Labour’s agenda was “fully costed” and deliverable.
It was “time for real change,” said Corbyn, claiming nine years of austerity under the Conservatives stemmed from a system working “just fine for them — it’s rigged in their favour.”