23:24 GMT30 July 2021
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    Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn's plans for a brighter future are being criticised by many British voters, for they do not find them realistic and fear his progressive ideas may lead to enormous taxes on average UK citizens.

    Leader of the opposition Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn has announced on late Saturday that his party's manifesto is ready to be published next week, to the joy of his supporters and scepticism of others.

    Despite the positive comments from his supporters, most Twitter users have been not so excited about his ideas.

    ​Netizens questioned the actual possibility of the opposition's ideas, while also expressing fears of what these could cost Britain in taxes.

    Recently, Corbyn promised to provide free full-fibre broadband for all by 2030, which the British PM Boris Johnson has slammed as a ''crazed, crazed Communist scheme''.

    Corbyn's manifesto comes weeks before the looming 12 December snap general election in Britain, with the Labour Party predicted to come in second, according to the latest national polls.

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