We have a Labour Government, but what does this mean for you?

This is what Labour is promising in their manifesto. Early Changes  Keir Starmer has already announced the Rwanda Asylum Plan is being axed, saving approx. £75M. Ed Miliband promised to reverse the ban on onshore wind farms, championing wind energy.

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This is what Labour is promising in their manifesto

Early Changes 

Keir Starmer has already announced the Rwanda Asylum Plan is being axed, saving approx. £75M. Ed Miliband promised to reverse the ban on onshore wind farms, championing wind energy.  

 

Jobs & Employment 

Labour has promised to make the minimum wage into a real living wage, taking the cost of living into account. They also plan to crack down on ‘Zero-Hour’ contracts to promise more stability in these roles (Roles that are common for students)  

 

Education & Teaching 

By taxing private school fees, Labour plans to fund 6500 new teaching roles in schools. They have also stated that UK Universities are not functioning as they should, but it is not clearly stated how they plan to address this. 

 

Health & the NHS 

Labour has shared its plans to free up more GPs to see patients, creating more available appointments. Labour also plans to prioritise mental health support in the NHS, with 8500 new jobs in this area. The ‘Fit for the Future Fund’ aims to double the number of high-tech scanners for early cancer diagnosis. 

 

The Environment 

Labour plans to set up ‘Great British Energy’ – a new, public-owned energy company prioritising green energy. After recent issues, Labour has said they will limit bonuses for water companies’ bosses if a company is proven to be polluting our rivers or oceans.

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