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UK Labour party's election manifesto and Brexit plan leaked

12 Mai 2017

"So far during this campaign we have learned one thing about Jeremy Corbyn: proud and patriotic working class people in towns and cities across Britain have not deserted the Labour Party - Jeremy Corbyn has deserted them", she will say.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

But it was a bad day for the poor cameraman whose foot was run over by a auto carrying Jeremy Corbyn to the meeting where the manifesto was supposed to be agreed.

BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg attended to the cameraman on the street. He was later taken by ambulance to a London hospital, according to a Reuters photographer.

"He has been taken to hospital for assessment and treatment", the BBC said in a statement.

A Labour Party spokesman declined immediate comment.

"The wonderful people of the North East of England won't be fooled by this farcical attempt by Theresa May to mask the damage her Tories have done to the lives of working people across the country". Police said one of their vehicles had been involved and that the incident would be investigated.

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says his shadow cabinet and the national executive committee have "unanimously agreed" the party's election manifesto.

Britain's opposition Labour party on Thursday sought to shrug off the apparent leak of its manifesto for the next month's election, which includes its view on Brexit talks.

The leaked draft contains policies on nationalizing railways, renewing Trident weapons, abolishing university tuition fees and scrapping the public sector pay cap.

Among the pledges, which are yet to be signed off, the party said it would guarantee a "meaningful vote" on the final Brexit agreement and ruled out leaving the European Union without a deal.

The governing Conservatives said the policies show Labour has an outdated left-wing economic vision.

The 43-page document for the June 8 general election was due to have an official launch next week, but the version that emerged late on Wednesday outlines sweeping reforms, including re-nationalisation of railways and some tax rises.

This week' show sees the HuffPost UK Politics team examine the Kremlinology behind who leaked Labour's manifesto and why.