UK PM JOHNSON Labour manifesto “has no credibility”


Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that the Labour Party’s election manifesto unveiled by Jeremy Corbyn had “no economic credibility”.

During a campaign visit to a building site in Bedford, Johnson criticised his opponent for refusing to take a clear position on Brexit.

Corbyn announced his party’s election manifesto on Thursday, setting out radical plans to transform Britain with public sector pay rises, higher taxes on companies and a sweeping nationalization of infrastructure.

Speaking in Birmingham, Corbyn set out his crowd-pleasing plans, offering something for almost everyone in Britain – from help to parents with young children to free university education and more money for elderly care.