Labour says students starting university in England this autumn would not pay fees.
Jeremy Corbyn vows to protect pensioners from a Conservative “attack” on their incomes.
Jeremy Corbyn responds following disagreement between shadow foreign and defence secretaries.
Len McCluskey says he is “not optimistic” about Labour’s chances as Tories attack manifesto spending plans.
It says it would set tougher A&E targets and upgrade IT, but the Tories say the plans are nonsense.
Labour says a financial transaction tax would raise billions, but critics warn it could hit jobs.
The prime minister heads to north-east England in a bid to “reach out” to Labour’s traditional voters.
The document includes plans to nationalise parts of the energy industry and scrap tuition fees.
Labour would raise corporation tax for a £5bn investment – the Tories call the plans “nonsensical”.
Measures to boost child health would see all TV shows before the watershed covered by restrictions.