Nope'. The point is the interest alone one servicing the national debt is, I believe, around 3% of GDP- We are still in deficit albeit the lowest it has been since 2001 I believe (so the pain of austerity was NOT totally in vain) Whilst the ND is STILL growing albeit at a slower rate because of the reduction in the deficit it is still growing and so the interest payments still increase. Investing and spending to increase GDP sounds a good idea BUT you cant spend money you dont have. Simply put If your outgoings are less than your income and you are in debt it is insanity to borrow more ( at a higher rate of interest) and so reducing your credit rating to try to dig yourself out of the hole. You have to cut your expenditure OR increase your income. Corbyn wants to borrow huge sums, meaning all the austerity pain the UK has gone through to bring down the deficit which is getting close to surplus. So instead of reducing the ND for future generations diverting interest saved to infrastructure projects, NHS etc. he will saddle my daughter, granddaughter and all future generations to even more years of austerity. Whilst the Tories have a reputation for poor and unequal distribution of the wealth the UK creates, under Corbyn plans the 'Wealth' would desert the country. so there wouldn't be any to argue about when it comes to equal and fair distribution. Billions of ND = billions of interest payments and spiralling deficit. Vote Labour of that is what you want.