Labour's draft manifesto: key policies analysed
Polls suggest voters want Royal Mail and railways back in state hands, while tuition fees pledge may appeal to young people
The most eye-catching proposals in Labour’s draft manifesto are the plans to renationalise the railways, the energy market and Royal Mail, and to abolish university tuition fees.
Estimates of costings are difficult at this stage as the leaked draft is a menu without prices, but the party promises they will be fully costed.
Source: Guardian Transport