Moving left uks labour manifesto promises renationalisation of railways, better public transport, scrapping all energy tariffs and scrapping all taxation for utilities. It also promises new tax credits for small businesses and more publicjarvees.com transport provision.
Image caption The Greens have already called for rail privatisation and a fairer tax system
The manifesto also promises to introduce a new £300m fund to encourage investment in rail and transport and to raise £70m for the National Transport and Rail Safety Commission.
Greens co-leader Metiria Turei said in Parliament the coalition’s policy was “unacceptable for Britain”.
She said: “It has no justification whatsoever as this programme will not only harm the working families of this country but the health of our planet.”
Opposition parties have described the manifesto as “bogus” and say its cuts would hurt workers and businesses.
Labour’s sha우리카지노dow transport minister, Tom Brake, said: “The chancell바카라사이트or’s announcement of a £50bn subsidy for the big four rail companies has become a national joke after it became clear the coalition was lying and it would cost British jobs.”
Greens and Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable have suggested scrapping electricity tariffs for utilities that did not pay their bills.
A coalition government will also scrap the energy tax, the highest in the EU, and introduce a new tax credit for small businesses, he said.
The coalition also plans to create a £50m fund to encourage investment in rail and transport.