Britain's main opposition Labour Party has unveiled its manifesto for the December 12 general election.
Leader Jeremy Corbyn outlined what he would do if he becomes prime minister.
He has promised what many are calling a "radical and ambitious" plan.
The Labour Party wants to nationalise certain industries, give people another say on Brexit and increase taxes on the wealthy.
Chris Stafford, a researcher at the Centre for British Politics at the University of Nottingham, talks to Al Jazeera about the developments.