On Thursday you have the chance to change the country for the better. You can vote for a Tory Party that will starve the NHS of funds, put jobs and livelihoods at risk and dance to the tune of its rich backers.
Or you can vote for a Labour Party that will care for those left behind, invest in our public services and create a fairer, kinder Britain.
When you enter the polling booth, think of your children and grandchildren.
Do you want them to grow up in a society where everybody has the right to a good education, the chance of a well-paid job and a home of their own?
Do you want them to live in a safe neighbourhood with a thriving high street and where the air is fit to breath?
Do you want them still to have access to world-class healthcare, free at the point of need?
The Tories tell you they care about the National Health Service.
They claim that every election. Labour proves it every day of the year.
A party that genuinely cared for our health service would not have allowed waiting lists to rise to a record high, left our wards understaffed and failed to recruit enough GPs.
They would not allow a four-year-old boy with pneumonia to sleep on a hospital floor, or leave an 88-year-old woman suffering from dementia on a trolley for six hours.
Nor would they allow our beloved NHS to be on the negotiating table for post-Brexit trade talks with the United States.
How can the Tories claim with any sincerity that the health service is safe in their hands when they are in negotiations to allow American big pharma through the doors of every hospital and local surgery?
If there is no other reason to vote Labour, then it must be to save our most precious and vital institution.
Labour is offering far more than that. This is a programme for government that matches the scale of the task ahead. It is as radical in vision as the blueprint to rebuild Britain after the Second World War which Clement Attlee offered the people in 1945.
Then, as now, the vested interests of big business and the Tory establishment said the change on offer was too idealistic, too dangerous and too expensive.
Then, as now, Labour would prove its detractors wrong.
Its manifesto is so ambitious because the challenges which this country faces are so immense.
Ten years of Conservative rule have destroyed our public services, fractured communities and pushed millions of people into poverty.
Our schools are so short of cash that headteachers are having to beg for funds from parents to pay for basics, such as stationery and toilet roll.
Our councils have been so starved of funds that hundreds of libraries have been closed, youth workers axed and personal care turned into a luxury rather than a right.
More than four million children in Britain are now in poverty.
There 21,000 fewer police officers, more than 30,000 nursing vacancies and a record number of families living in temporary accommodation.
This has not come about by accident.
It is the consequence of deliberate actions by the Conservatives, who have cut taxes for the rich and big business while penalising those on benefits, the poor and the vulnerable.
The Conservatives chose not to make this country fairer. They chose to make people poorer, they chose to drain
prosperity from our towns, they chose to make our rail and bus fares more expensive and they chose to make our jobs more precarious.
When you survey the neglect around you – the unkempt park, the potholes in the roads, the closed community centre, the boarded-up shops and the queues at A&E – don’t blame the EU or migrants or your local Labour council.
This was a political choice by a party that put tax cuts for its hedge fund donors ahead of the good of the country. Whatever your views on Brexit, this damage will never be repaired if we have another five years of Tory rule.
The Conservatives, if they scrape back into power, will not magically transform into a party that worries about low wages, people on benefits, job security and wealth redistribution.
Only Labour is offering an agenda that can rebuild our country, transform our public services and spread prosperity to all parts of Britain.
Where the Conservatives have nothing to say on social care, Labour is offering free personal care and an extra £10billion in funding. Labour will scrap the hated Universal Credit, build hundreds of thousands of affordable homes and invest in schools and colleges.
The private firms that run our rail, bus and water companies will no longer be able to get rich at your expense. Millions of Waspi women will finally be compensated after being denied a full pension. A green jobs revolution will create jobs and tackle the climate crisis.
We understand many readers have reservations about Jeremy Corbyn.
The failure to tackle quickly and robustly anti-Semitism within Labour is a stain against the leader’s name.
It is also disappointing for a party that should not just be held to the highest standards, but should also want to be held to the highest standards. The Labour leader is not a conventional politician. He prefers to reach decisions by consensus, rather than dictate them from on high.
And Mr Corbyn looks to resolve problems through dialogue, rather than through confrontation.
Some may call this weakness.
We believe a willingness to listen and reflect is a political strength.
Labour is far more than one man
If elected, Mr Corbyn would be supported by a Cabinet that contains the reforming zeal of John McDonnell, the canny brains of Keir Starmer, the passion of Angela Rayner and the determination of Jonathan Ashworth.
Contrast that with Boris Johnson’s team of right-wing zealots and incompetents.
Britain deserves better than a Tory leader twice sacked for lying, a Home Secretary dismissed for cosying up to a foreign leader, an Education Secretary fired because he could not be trusted with state secrets and a Foreign Secretary who once advocated the privatisation of the NHS.
The Prime Minister wants you to believe he is a new broom, but his fingerprints are all over the Tory crimes of the last nine years.
Johnson has not just been an accomplice, but a cheerleader for austerity and the devastating cuts which it inflicted on our health service, police and schools.
Never before has a political party been led by someone who is so blatantly untrustworthy and for whom lying is second nature.
Not even the Prime Minister’s own brother believes he is the right person to lead the country. Of all the falsehoods, tall tales and outright untruths
peddled by Johnson, none is bigger than his claim to “get Brexit done”.
Getting a withdrawal deal through Parliament is not even the beginning of the end.
It is the first step towards years of trade talks with the European Union and dozens of other countries.
Because of an artificial deadline set by the Prime Minister there remains a high risk of a damaging no-deal Brexit next December.
The Tories have fought this campaign on a false prospectus.
There will be no relief from Brexit, there will be even less money for public services and there will be no economic bounce.
Only one party has your interests at heart, only one party can end inequality and only one party genuinely cares about the poor, the elderly and the vulnerable.
That is why we urge you to vote Labour and together we can build a better Britain.