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Forget May and Corbyn’s lousy efforts. Here’s my manifesto for a better Britain

The Labour party manifesto, launched in Bradford by Jeremy Corbyn
The Labour party manifesto, launched in Bradford by Jeremy Corbyn, is disappointingly silent on the key issue of supermarket shelving Credit: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

The manifestos are out – and what a disappointment they are. Once again, the mainstream political parties have shown themselves to be utterly out of touch with the lives of ordinary working people. In each manifesto, page after wasted page is taken up with pledges on irrelevant, superficial issues such as the economy, immigration, the NHS, schools, foreign affairs, defence, crime, housing, jobs, pensions, taxation, welfare, aid and Europe.

Enough of this wonkish ephemera. Today, I set out my own manifesto for Britain – a radical programme of change dedicated to tackling the issues that the people of this country really care about.

Business

The layouts of supermarket aisles shall receive the same strict legal protections as listed buildings, conservation areas and war memorials.

This will ensure that the manager of a supermarket can’t suddenly change where they keep everything unless granted...

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