Jeremy Corbyn’s scientific ideas were presented to Scientists for Labour, and can be read here.
I had high hopes going into it, Corbyn was part of the Science is Vital campaign to reverse cuts to the science budget.
However, the policy response is a bit of a mixed bag. It covers a lot of topics which don’t necessarily belong in a science plan in my opinion (such as a housing shortage), and that markets were too focused on short termism and derivative fiddling than in investments in science and industry. Continue reading