The Labour Party have published (but not yet publicly launched) their pre-manifesto for 2015. A high-level document, the pre-manifesto will serve as the basis for the final General Election Manifesto and will be discussed during the Labour Party Conference next week. The rather extensive document covers all policy areas, ranging from public finances, health and care and education to work and business, living standards and the need for improving the political system and restoring trust, as well as proposals to strengthen Britain’s position in the global stage.
The pre-manifesto was the result of three years of dialogue and engagement with stakeholders and the public and was agreed upon by the Party’s National Policy Forum, Chaired by Angela Eagle MP.
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