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A commitment to renew Trident nuclear weapons although a full defence review will be held once Labour takes office

Britain will meet the Nato target of spending 2% of GDP on defence

Labour will ‘immediately recognise the state of Palestine’

Arms sales to Saudi Arabia will be suspended

Labour will demand a UN investigation into human rights abuses in Yemen

0.7% of GDP to be spent on foreign aid
10,000 extra police officers

500 extra border guards

3,000 extra prison officers

Personal rehabilitation plans for all prisoners

The Prevent counter-terror programme will be subjected to a full review to stop it ‘alienating minority communities’

New laws will stop cross-examination of some domestic violence victims by their abusers

No new private prisons or privatisations