Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn believes that his left-wing manifesto will transform Britain into a nation that delivers for the “many not the few”.
But Tory Prime Minister Theresa May has dismissed the manifesto as a "fantasy wish list of easy promises paid for with imaginary money”.
Ahead of the general election next week, here is a look at key pledges in the Labour manifesto.
1. How the Labour manifesto would affect commuters
Labour has pledged to nationalise the railways as franchises expire.
The Labour manifesto says: “We will start by bringing our railways back into public ownership, as franchises expire or, in other cases, with franchise reviews or break clauses.
“We will introduce a Public Ownership of the Railways Bill to repeal the Railways Act 1993 under which the Conservatives privatised our railways.”
2. How the Labour manifesto would affect students
Labour has vowed to abolish tuition fees for university students in a bid to win over young voters.
The Labour manifesto says: “Labour will reintroduce maintenance grants for university students, and we will abolish university tuition fees.”
3. How the Labour manifesto would affect the NHS
Labour has pledged to boost NHS funding to give patients the healthcare they need “for the 21st century”.
The Labour manifesto says: “Labour will commit to over £30 billion in extra funding over the next Parliament through increasing income tax for the highest 5 per cent of earners and by increasing tax on private medical insurance, and we will free up resources by halving the fees paid to management consultants.”
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4. How the Labour manifesto would affect immigrants
Labour has promised to “offers fair rules and reasonable management of migration” but has refused to set a target.
The Labour manifesto says: “We make no apologies for putting these aims before bogus immigration targets.”
5. How the Labour manifesto would affect pensioners
Labour would freeze the state pension age at 66 and would also keep the winter fuel allowances and free bus passes for the elderly.
The Labour manifesto says: “Labour will guarantee the state pension ‘triple lock’ throughout the next Parliament.
“It will rise by at least 2.5 per cent a year or be increased to keep pace with inflation or earnings, whichever is higher.”
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6. How the Labour manifesto would affect European citizens in the UK
The Labour manifesto says: “A Labour government will immediately guarantee existing rights for all EU nationals living in Britain and secure reciprocal rights for UK citizens who have chosen to make their lives in EU countries.”
7. How the Labour manifesto would affect taxpayers
Labour would raise income tax for people earning over £80,000 a year as well as increasing corporation tax for large businesses.
The Labour manifesto says: “A Labour government will guarantee no rises in income tax for those earning below £80,000 a year, and no increases in personal National Insurance Contributions or the rate of VAT.”
8. How the Labour manifesto would affect energy users
Labour has pledged to bring energy firms and the Royal Mail back into public ownership.
The Labour manifesto says the Party will:
• “Regain control of energy supply networks through the alteration of operator license conditions, and transition to a publicly owned, decentralised energy system.”
• “Reverse the privatisation of Royal Mail at the earliest opportunity.”
9. How the Labour manifesto would affect homeowners with gardens
The Labour manifesto includes a so-called ‘garden tax’ on the value of land to replace council tax. This tax would affect homeowners with gardens hardest.
The Labour manifesto says: “We will initiate a review into reforming council tax and business rates and consider new options such as a land value tax, to ensure local government has sustainable funding for the long term.”
10. How the Labour manifesto would affect the homeless
The Labour manifesto says: “Labour will invest to build over a million new homes. By the end of the next Parliament we will be building at least 100,000 council and housing association homes.”