Corbyn’s Labour Party will offer voters one of the most radical economic agendas anywhere in the democratic world.

It will include sweeping tax increases for corporations and high earners, handing 10% of company shares to workers, a 32-hour working week, a cap on private rents, strengthened unions and plans to redistribute the assets of private schools into the state sector — another measure that is clearly targeted at high net worth individuals.

A Corbyn campaign would also include (as Labour’s 2017 manifesto did) a commitment to take key industries, including water, gas and rail companies, out of the private sector and back into the hands of the state.

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