Ere Jeremy Corbyn faces enormous immigration policy as senior lawmakers, party officials and union leaders meet to agree on Labour's election manifesto.
Some of Mr. Corbin closest allies, including shadow shadow interior secretary diane Abbott, want labor to support freedom of movement after the UK leaves the EU.
But the chief labor union of the leaders, Lenn McCullick of the United, wants to restrict free movement for job protection and to keep workers' pay levels in the UK.
The dispute will be resolved at the so-called Clause V meeting of the shadow government, national executive and senior union leaders to decide what is in the manifesto and what is left out.
Speaking on the eve of the meeting, Mr Corbin told activists for the Lancaster Labor Party: "When our manifesto arrives next week, it will blow your socks off. You want it."
The debate on free movement follows a strong pro-migration movement, calling for it to extend beyond EU-enacted citizens at a September labor conference.
This week Mr MacLuxia set the scene for a manifesto meeting, saying: "It is not right for me to have more free movement of labor unless you get stricter labor market regulation."
In an uncompromising interview with The Guardian, he said the proposal put forward at the Brighton conference was "not a sensible approach" and planned to express that position at a meeting Saturday.
But Mrs Abbott later returned to inconsistent tweeting, saying labor would "maintain" the rights of EU nationals in the UK and extend the rights of freedom of movement "to all those entitled to be here, including and our own citizens. "
Mr Corbin hinted at an urge or compromise on Thursday when he said the Labour manifesto would not include "necessarily every last point and comma of every resolution adopted at the conference".
He was challenged by the Liberal Democrats to make a clear commitment to the immigration manifesto – the party says it would be a "betrayal of future generations" if he fails to do so.
Lib Dems pledge to preserve free movement and plan to relocate 10,000 unaccompanied refugee children annually if they come to power.
Another radical labor policy adopted in Brighton, which includes private schools in the state system, is expected to be significantly weakened when it appears in the manifesto.
But the policies will definitely be in the manifesto:
- Brexit: negotiating a new agreement with the EU and submitting a referendum within six months.
- Nationalization: BT Openreach, Rail, Royal Mail, Water and National Network.
- Worker rights: a return to collective bargaining.
- Four-day week: the goal of achieving this by 2030.
- Zero hours of contracts: prohibited.
- Climate change: the goal of net zero carbon emissions by 2030.
- Actions: "Inclusive Property Fund" for employees.
Taking place at a Clausula V meeting in London, Labourist is stepping up his attack on the NHS Tory, claiming that the analysis reveals that staff work millions of hours of unpaid overtime each week for underfunding.
Labor says the latest NHS employee survey shows nearly 270,000 employees said they worked extra hours free every week – an average of 2.3 hours a week – and two-thirds said their organization did not have enough staff to do their job properly. .
Doctors and dentists worked between them 125,000 hours per week (3.6 hours on average), allied health professionals such as occupational therapists and physiotherapists worked 210,000 (2.2 hours on average), and nurses worked 380,000 (on average three). hours).
Shadow Health Secretary Athonathan Ashworth used the numbers to drag in Boris Johnson, who is again out of campaign on his new fighter bus.
The Prime Minister revives David Cameron's slogan, "Vote for Blue, Go for Green," promising to boost tree planting to at least 30m and create a new £ 500m Blue Planet Fund to protect the oceans.
Existing forestry such as the North Forest and Northumberland Forest will expand, the Tories say, and new forests will be created throughout the country. Cities and towns will also benefit from more trees planted in urban areas to improve air quality, they argue.
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Part of the £ 640m Forward Climate Fund will also be used to bring back degraded peat land across the country, turning it from a carbon source to a carbon sink, as well as replenishing natural populations. Animal world.
"There is nothing more conservative than protecting our environment and these measures stand together with our world-leading commitment to net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050," the prime minister said.
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