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The illiberal implications of Labour’s manifesto

14 June 2024

5:24 AM

14 June 2024

5:24 AM

Labour’s election manifesto may not have much in terms of extra spending, or any substantial plans. But it sends a green light to activists in government, schools, universities and corporations to carry out their illiberal cultural revolution without restraint.

It promises to introduce ethnicity pay gap reporting requirements for ‘large employers’ and upgrade the focus on hate crime.

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