Details of Labour's supposed manifesto were 'leaked' late on Wednesday night, revealing major nationalisation pledges and plans for radical reforms to the NHS, education sector and housing policies.
The apparent draft manifesto initially published by the Mirror and Telegraph - and seen by ITV News' Political Editor Robert Peston - has been dismissed by a Labour spokesman as just "a draft of policy ideas".
Denying it was the party's official manifesto Andrew Gwynne, Labour's national campaigns co-ordinator, told Good Morning Britain: "This document that has appeared in the newspapers today isn't a manifesto. It's a draft of policy ideas that have been collated from various members of the shadow cabinet, their teams and other stakeholders."
Here we take a look at the key points from the 'leaked' documents broken down into affected sectors.
Plans to bring railways back into public ownership as franchises expire
A freeze on fares once railways brought back under public ownership
Bring an end to driver-only operation
Introduce free wifi across the network
Ensure HS2 is completed and link it with a "Crossrail of the North"
Boost the NHS's annual funding by over £6 billion by increasing income tax for the top 5% earners, increasing tax on private medical insurance and halving management consultants' fees
Ring-fence mental health budgets
Scrap the NHS workers pay cap
Protect EU NHS workers' rights with immediate effect
Abolish tuition fees and reintroduce maintenance grants for university students
Invest in building one million new homes, including 100,000 council and housing association homes by the end of next parliament
Cap rent rises in line with inflation and legal minimum standards in properties for rent
Create 4,000 homes for people with history of rough sleeping
Partially bring the energy market back into public ownership with at least one publicly owned energy company in every region of the UK
Put the grid and distribution network under central government control
Build a close new relationship with Europe "not as members but as partners" showing acceptance of Referndum result
Retain the benefits of a single market and customs union
Guarantee the existing rights of EU nationals living in Britain immediately
Secure reciprocal rights for UK citizens living in other EU countries
Bring an end to the "no deal" option at the end of Article 50 negotiations - "transitional arrangements" will be negotiated instead
Labour "believes in fair rules and reasonable management of migration" and will not make "false promises" on numbers
Replace income thresholds for family members with an obligation to "survive without recourse to public funds"
Create a Migrant Impact Fund - financed by visa levies and a contributory element from residence visas for high net worth individuals - to support public services in host communities
Move towards creating a National Care Service
Invest £8 billion in services over the next parliament, including £1 billion in the first year
Improve conditions for care workers
Scrap 15-minute care visits and increase the carer's allowance in line with Jobseeker's Allowance
Create a Ministry of Labour to invest in enforcing workers' rights
Repeal Trade Union Act and introduce "sectoral collective bargaining"
Outlaw zero hours and ban unpaid internships
Stop employers from only recruiting from overseas
Bring minimum wage in line with living wage - at least £10 by 2020
Ensure rights for all workers to have access to trade union
Double parternity leave to four weeks and increase paternity pay
Strengthen protections for women on maternity leave
Create four new public holidays to mark patron saints' days
Put in place a 20:1 limit on the gap between the lowest and highest paid workers in companies given government contracts
Reduce pay inequality through legislation by introducing an "excessive pay levy" on companies with high numbers of staff on high pay
No income tax rises for those earning below £80,000 a year
Large corporations will pay "a little more" tax while remaining competitive with cash paying for education and skills budgets
Extra powers for HMRC to chase tax avoiders
Deliver a "Triple lock" guarantee or keep it to at least 2.5%
Keep winter fuel allowance and free bus passes as universal benefits
Provide compensation for women born in the 50s who had state pension age changed without fair notification
Scrap bedroom tax and reinstate housing benefit for under-21s
Review Universal Credit cuts and limits on payments to first two children of families
Borrow to invest £250 billion over 10 years on energy, transport and digital infrastructure
Improve 4G mobile coverage and invest in bringing uninterrupted 5G to all urban areas, major roads and railways
Lower the voting age to 16
Support the renewal of Trident
Keep defence spending as 2% of GDP
Deliver 10,000 more police officers for community beats
Conduct a major review of counter-terror Prevent programme