Interestingly, indeed it will also present a somewhat strange dichotomy.
Virtually everyone would agree with the virtues of helping the sick, elderly and disabled, higher taxes for the wealthy and large corporations, whilst trying to create a less elitist and more equitable society for all; one where people, their health, general wellbeing and environment, are put before private profit and basic essential utility services are run by the people, for the people.
Yet rather bizarrely, despite this and more being offered by what is basically a socialist agenda of the Labour Party, in the scale of things, hardly anyone will vote for it.
A very strange phenomenon.
As the late, great Anthony Benn said, there's only so much food in the lifeboat.
Now, we can fight over it, we can sell it, or we can share it.
Of course the Tories want to sell it, but Labour, a true socialist Labour Party that is at last, want to share it.