Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn announced a range of proposals at the party’s annual conference in Liverpool, including offering free childcare to two-to-four year olds and plans to reduce the UK’s carbon emissions to zero by 2050. He also reiterated a pledge to impose a tax on second homes and allow workers at large UK companies to elect one-third of their boards. Speaking on Brexit, Mr Corbyn called for a general election should Theresa May be unable to win parliamentary approval for her deal with the EU later this year.
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