Labour’s policies can be found on their National website
Labour’s economic strategy is about delivering a fairer, more prosperous society for the many, not just the few.
Labour accepts the referendum result and a Labour government will put the national interest first.
Education is what empowers us all to realise our full potential.
Work should provide people with security and fulfilment. Labour will always stand up for working people.
Like the NHS, our social security system is there for all of us in our time of need, providing security and dignity in retirement and the basics in life should we become sick or disabled, or fall on hard times.
Home is at the heart of all of our lives. It’s the foundation on which we raise our families, the bedrock for our dreams and aspirations. But for too many people, the housing pressures they face are getting worse, not better. Britain has a housing crisis – a crisis of supply and a crisis of affordability.
Labour created the National Health Service – our proudest achievement, providing universal healthcare for all on the basis of need, free at the point of use.
No one should have to live their life in fear of crime. Labour is tough on crime and will ensure that the people keeping our communities safe – our Police Force, Fire Service and Criminal Justice Workers – have the resources they need.
Labour will build a fairer Britain where no one is held back.
As we change our constitutional relationship with Europe, we must also adjust our own arrangements.
Labour seeks to build a society and a world free from all forms of racism, anti-Semitism and Islamophobia. Labour has a strong record on progressing women’s rights and freedoms that we can be proud of.
Labour will take all necessary measures to protect the security of our citizens and country.