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Jeremy Corbyn pulled no punches as he presented the country with his plan for a Labour government, the most radical proposed since 1983, when the party suffered its worst postwar defeat.

Railways, water supply and broadband infrastructure would be brought into state ownership. The government’s total tax revenue would rise by around 10 percent. That would fund pay rises for public sector workers, free university tuition and free care for the elderly, among a long list of other goodies.

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