On the other side of the coin today, the construction industry can take heart from the fact that Labour wants to see HS2 and Crossrail 2 built as part of a 10-year £250bn infrastructure pledge - and guarantee existing rights for all European Union nationals.
Speaking after a meeting of his top team and the party's national executive today to finalise the document, Corbyn did not comment on the leak. Labour's leader is elected by its members but the nomination process is controlled by the party's MPs and MEPs, and candidates need the backing of at least 15 per cent of them to be nominated.
Conservative defence secretary Michael Fallon yesterday said Corbyn was "dangerous" as he was "essentially a pacifist". "Jeremy Corbyn's plans to unleash chaos on Britain have been revealed". Other candidates are: Victoria Prentis* (Conservative), John Howson (Lib Dem), Sean Woodcock (Labour), Ian Middleton (Green Party), and Dickie Bird (UKIP).
Lib Dem leader Tim Farron and SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon came in behind Mrs May and Mr Corbyn in terms of engagement on Twitter. The party leadership moved quickly to try and quell negative headlines around the leak.
Oil stable amid expectation that Opec cut will be extended
But the OPEC report confirmed the cartel´s concern about a recovery in U.S. oil output. A government official in Turkmenistan declined to comment.
But it was mocked by Conservative supporters for echoing Labour's left-wing 1983 election manifesto, described at the time by one Labour MP as "the longest suicide note in history" for helping the Conservatives to victory.
It includes plans to nationalise key industries including the railways, the Royal Mail and some energy giants.
Mr Gwynne said the public sector had run railways well before and that cooperatives could run new regional state-owned energy companies.
So you might be forgiven for thinking that things couldn't possibly get any worse for Corbyn.
Pakistan Army crossed over LoC after mutilating Indian soldiers: MEA
With elections due next year in Pakistan the Army would definitely like to project upper hand over the civilian leadership. The ceasefire violation that started around 3AM this morning is been retaliated very heavily by the Indian Armed forces.
Labour's manifesto woes dominate the front pages for a second day, with a series of unfortunate events connected to the episode providing rich fodder for picture desks.
Meanwhile on corporation tax, Labour would ask large firms to "pay a little more".
A Liberal Democrat candidate has urged supporters to vote for his Labour rival in a bid to defeat the Conservatives in the general election. "To persist with it, as the Conservative Government has made clear it is determined to do, is a recipe for increasing not reducing threats and insecurity".
The Conservatives were not the only ones to deride the leaked manifesto.
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Zimmerman said Selis called his ex-girlfriend on his cellphone during the rampage because he wanted her to hear the carnage. Seles, a former vehicle mechanic, did not have a known criminal record. "This was a truly horrific and disturbing act".
In an effort to bridge party divides over Trident, it commits Labour to the nuclear deterrent, but in a nod to Mr Corbyn's opposition to the weapons it says "any prime minister should be extremely cautious about ordering the use of weapons of mass destruction which would result in the indiscriminate killing of millions of innocent civilians".