I mean, that's demonstrably not true, but whatever keeps you happy.
You're using the wrong costings, which is why you've got this completely backwards.
That was before he pledges, for instance, £100bn to nationalize OpenReach on top of existing spending. As the stock market has drifted higher over the month, due to expectations of a Tory majority, the cost of these pledges has risen substantially.
Labour are making commitments to spend billions more on a daily basis with literally no clue as to where the money might come from to pay for it all. It's no good you coming here with links that are days old when they're comitting £100Bn before breakfast on a daily basis.