Removal of resistance: The link below will lead you right past the foreword and into the first bit of meat, if the vegetarians will excuse the metaphor.
Unification: For example:
Energy use in buildings accounts for 56% of the UK's total emissions, making it the single most polluting sector. We will develop the recommendations of our '30 by 2030' report to put the UK on track for a net-zero-carbon energy system within the 2030s - and go faster if credible pathways can be found. We will deliver nearly 90% of electricity and 50% of heat from renewable and low-carbon sources by 2030.
We will build:
7,000 new offshore wind turbines
2,000 new onshore wind turbines
Enough solar panels to cover 22,000 football pitches.
New nuclear power needed for energy security.
We will trial and expand tidal energy and invest to reduce the costs of renewable and low-carbon hydrogen production. We will upgrade almost all of the UK's 27 million homes to the highest energy-efficiency standards, reducing the average household energy bill by £417 per household per year by 2030 and eliminating fuel poverty. We will introduce a zero-carbon homes standard for all new homes.
As part of heat decarbonisation, we will roll out technologies like heat pumps, solar hot water and hydrogen, and invest in district heat networks using waste heat.
To balance the grid, we will expand power storage and invest in grid enhancements and interconnectors.
We will expand distributed and community energy, and immediately and permanently ban fracking.
We will support energy workers through transition and guarantee them retraining and a new, unionised job on equivalent terms and conditions.
We will introduce a windfall tax on oil companies, so that the companies that knowingly damaged our climate will help cover the costs. We will provide a strategy to safeguard the people, jobs and skills that depend on the offshore oil and gas industry.
Click in the references below and read on. Further versions of this grid point to come within hours or days. Labour has gone all out to produce the blueprints for a better society. One we can realistically build TODAY, here in Britain.
I'll leave it to you to read the whole manifesto, no more on it from me for the moment. Coming next after the election, a grid point giving you OVER 100 GOOD REASONS to NEVER USE FACEBOOK AGAIN.
As well as a look, a detailed look, at how facebook is the extension of the racist propaganda culture we have seen, before the rise of facebook, on so many 'forums' - where 'moderators' were visibly grunting racist soft and hard white supremacists making damn sure, as facebook is trying to do today, that people who speak out on behalf of the people and do so effectively are silenced, censored, banned. But that's just one reason out of OVER 100 GOOD REASONS to NEVER USE FACEBOOK AGAIN. (And most of those 100 reasons also apply to Twitter, and a few other sites). Coming soon, once the election is over and Corbyn is safely in Number Ten.