An article in The Independent says this:
Labour is set to include a plan for the radical policy of a universal basic income in its next manifesto for a general election, John McDonnell has told The Independent.
The shadow chancellor – one of Jeremy Corbyn’s closest allies in Westminster – said a Labour-commissioned review into the policy, which aims to transform the welfare state, is expected to be published in the autumn. …
Mr McDonnell revealed he had recently discussed the idea with former Labour leader Ed Miliband, who was “really keen” on getting a pilot of the scheme in the next manifesto.
Asked whether he could envisage a pilot of basic income forming part of Labour’s next blueprint for government, he replied: ‘It’s one of those things I think we can get into the next manifesto and see, it’s worth a try. …’