McDonnell invites people to see Ken Loch's new movie, Sorry for Missing You. It is shocking, he says. But it shows what is happening in the twisted economy.
He says the plan announced today is huge. But that is what will transform lives.
McDonell says for years people have been saying that taking over multinationals is too difficult. But they accept that now is the time for that to happen.
McDonell says this is an example of a "shovel-ready project" that Laballe would immediately initiate.
McDonell says this is not a return to the 1970s. This is public property for the future, he says.
And the government will publish a digital rights charter, he says.
McDonell argues that the Tory people do not understand the problems facing the country, especially the threat of climate emergencies.
He says when he is chancellor, he will not tolerate people dying from homelessness.
He says it is important now that all infrastructures are ingenious.
And, turning to broadband, he said that in South Korea state investment led to 98% of the population being covered by full-fiber broadband.
He says Britain has nothing like that scale of ambition.
Now that is changing. Mark it in your diary, he says. It is a historic moment.
British Broadband will be a new public service for the 21st century.
Will has the infrastructure and the service arm, he says.
And, he said, labor would begin with the worst broadband areas.
On McDonell, the chancellor of the shadows, speaks now.
He says whatever the Conservatives throw at them, Labor will continue to be relentlessly positive in the campaign.
Labor makes every spending announcement, he says. But he said the Tory campaign was based on scaremongeing.
Rebecca Long-Bailey, shadow business secretary, speaks now. She says there is clear evidence that delivering full-fiber broadband will boost the economy. She says that according to an FBI survey, a 10% increase in her range could boost GDP by 1%.
More people could work at home under the plan, she says. And that would be good for the environment.
It would also reduce the number of people who are not excluded from the labor force.
Corbin says labor has the potential to deliver transformational change.
Only labor can accomplish this project, he says.
This will be at the heart of Labor's plans to transform our society, he says.
Corbin says the initial upgrade will be funded by the Green Labor Transformation Fund.
And, when it comes to current costs, labor will close the tax loopholes used by huge multinationals.
They think they can get away with not paying their share. Well, I have something new for them; not anymore.
Corbin says Boris Johnson has promised during the Tory leadership contest to make full-fiber broadband accessible to everyone. But people will have to pay for it.
And now we have seen the plans of the government. They include copper cables that are already obsolete, he says.
Corbin says there will be guaranteed jobs for people currently working in the broadband industry.
Corbin says full fiber network to be first in areas with worst broadband
Corbin says the full-fiber broadband that will deliver the labor is the gold standard. It is the fastest and safest. Will allow lightning-fast download time, he says.
The plans will save an average household £ 30 a month on their bills.
Only eight to 10% of the UK has full fiber broadband access. In South Korea that's 98%, he says. He says this is an essential infrastructure.
The best way to ensure this is for the public to take control of it. Labor will create a new company, British Broadband, which oversees the public-owned network, providing full-fiber broadband within 10 years.
This will show labor by using public investment to transform the economy. The plan will also have implications for national security, he said.
Current companies have little incentive to target full-fiber broadband in remote and rural areas. The paper will prioritize these areas. And then it will crash it in the cities. Finally, it will complete the result in urban centers.
Corbin says Labor manifesto will "break socks"
Jeremy Corbin says at the start of the campaign he had promised to put forward the most exciting plan he had ever seen. The party has not even released its manifesto, he says. When it comes next week, they will "ruin your socks".
He says he does not want to run a government that will allow people to think that nothing is changing.
Today he will give an overview of snakes.
The Labor government will make broadband free for everyone. And not just any broadband network, but the fastest, broadband, broadband internet to every home in the country.
He said that instead of charging customers a fee, he would "pay a fair amount" to tax internet giants like Facebook and Google to cover the costs of trading.
Cat Smith, Labor candidate for Lancaster and Fleetwood, opens the Corbin event.