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You can't trust a word Theresa May says

Theresa May has unveiled her manifesto — a document of so-called "promises" to the British people. But we know, after seven years of broken promises, that we can't trust a word the Tories say.

The Tories make promises they don't plan to keep, to try and deal with the problems they created. We can't let their empty promises go unchallenged.

Last week Labour presented the British public with a fantastic message of hope — our manifesto. It's full of real solutions to problems created by the Tories.

A real Living Wage of £10 per hour. Decent homes for all, with a million new homes to rent or buy. Free education and an end to university tuition fees. Social care and the NHS properly funded. Pensions protected.

We've already seen an overwhelming response to our manifesto, so we now need to put it in front of as many voters as possible before 8 June, so they can see the real alternative that Labour will provide.

The Tories will be using cheques from the super-rich to force their manifesto in front of people across the UK, while we'll be delivering our message of hope funded by thousands of people.

Will you be one of them?

Yes, I'll chip in at least £1

When a campaign is funded by the many, every donation, small or large, helps us make an impact. Today, together, we can stop the Tories in their tracks.

John McDonnell
Shadow Chancellor

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