Press TV, London
The Labour party have published their long-awaited general election manifesto in a final bid to appeal to the British public before voters head to the polls on December the 12th. The manifesto is based on a radical platform including re-nationalization, safeguarding the NHS and implementing free education. Prime Minister Boris Johnson says it lacks any credibility, but what did potential voters in London think?
Safeguarding and investing in the NHS was a particularly important issue for those making up their minds ahead of the election
As the build up the election continues, Jeremy Corbyn will try to ensure public focus remains squarely on his plan to transform society, while Boris Johnson will more than likely try to make the entire election about Brexit.
After years of austerity, Labor's manifesto claims to offer radical change, but will it be enough to inspire the public to vote?