This election is about the type of country we want to be. We can keep going forward with the Conservatives, and build a country where those who work hard and do the right thing can enjoy a good life. Or we can go back to square one with Labour, who would put our economy and our future at risk with their plans for more borrowing, more debt and more taxes. The Conservative Manifesto is now available here (PDF). David Cameron […]
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Before our manifesto was published, a draft appeared, chapter by chapter. Our plans for health appeared first and in some detail. I embedded the document in this website and it is still available online. Here it is: Open publication – Free publishing – More nhs One of the tragedies of the election is that it was not, in practice, the first Internet election. Had it been, the many detailed documents the Party produced might have been read…
I am pleased to see the launch of our armed forces manifesto: David Cameron and Dr Liam Fox have launched the Conservative Party’s Armed Forces Manifesto. “Our Forces sacrifice and risk so much to do their duty by us”, David Cameron said. “The least we can do in return is to do our duty by them.” “So if elected, a Conservative government will work from day one to improve the lives of everyone in our Forces. And it will work […]
Via The Conservative Party | Policy | The Conservative Manifesto 2010, an invitation from David Cameron to join the government of Britain: The Conservative Manifesto 2010 A country is at its best when the bonds between people are strong and when the sense of national purpose is clear. Today the challenges facing Britain are immense. Our economy is overwhelmed by debt, our social fabric is frayed and our political system has betrayed the people. But these problems can be overcome if […]
David Cameron has launched the education section of the ‘Mending our Broken Society’ chapter of the Conservative Party’s draft manifesto, and is asking for your questions about it online. Read more: Cameron launches our draft manifesto for schools.
Unashamedly inspired by John Redwood’s “12 things I would like the government to cancel for christmas”. Begin fundamental reform of the EU: ensure our self-determination, liberty and competitiveness. That beginning is a failure to ratify the Lisbon Treaty. Develop a sustainable energy policy: protect the environment and safeguard society from shortages of fossil fuels. Scrap ID cards: protect the public by collecting less data and correctly implementing the basics of information security. Restore the public finances to a sustainable state. […]