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Why I am inspired by the Conservative Manifesto


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[This article was originally published on Facebook.] I am inspired and excited by Theresa May’s manifesto. And that is not something I thought I would ever write. Political manifestos are rarely read, especially by the voting public, and usually quickly dissected for their most controversial content by the media, ignoring the big story, the vision, ideas and practical actions which will drive what we do to serve the public for five years. News needs controversy; good news rarely gets a […]

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Social justice is back – David Cameron’s magnificent conference speech


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David Cameron has once again set out a magnificent vision for a Conservative programme to make Britain greater. I am delighted our poverty-fighting social justice ideas are back at the forefront of Conservatism. I may have entered politics over the Lisbon Treaty, but the journey taught me the calamitous extent of the welfare state’s failures under Labour. That’s why I helped the Centre for Social Justice before the election: we must succeed to a far greater extent in our fight against […]

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About Conservatives for Britain


Conservatives for Britain is a group of Conservative Party members who: Consider the UK’s present relationship with the EU to be untenable, Take an optimistic, globalist view of the UK’s future, Support the Party’s policy of renegotiation and referendum based on the Wharton Bill franchise and question, Wish to explore what objectives the negotiations must achieve to ensure that they meet the PM’s objective, “to reform the EU and fundamentally change Britain’s relationship with it” (PM, Hansard, Col 1122, 23 […]

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Unemployment continues to fall


New figures published today show unemployment continues to fall as the economy strengthens. Since Labour were in power in 2010 the number of people in work has increased by 2.05 million and unemployment has fallen by nearly 0.7 million. In Wycombe, unemployment has fallen by 1,148 people since April 2010. Over the last year 80 per cent of the jobs created have been full-time, with only around one in 50 people working on zero-hour contracts. Unlike the last Labour government […]

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This is a government for working people


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The Conservative Cabinet will meet for the first time today. The Prime Minister will tell the new Cabinet that ‘this is a Government for working people’. David Cameron is putting working people front and centre of the new Government’s mission. The Prime Minister will announce new legislation that will be introduced within weeks to reform welfare, offer more apprenticeships, create two million jobs and help with childcare costs. This is a ‘One Nation’ Government that will act in the interests of […]

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Today, vote Conservative for a brighter, more secure future


Today, please vote Conservative to secure our Country’s future:

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David Cameron explains that our plan is working and asks you not to let Labour wreck the economy


Via Share The Facts: David Cameron has explained in an email: On Thursday, your friends and your family face a stark choice. Vote Conservative and they can have a strong economy and a stable government – and I will keep working through our long-term economic plan as Prime Minister. But a vote for anyone else would lead to chaos. Ed Miliband, propped up by the SNP, would wreck our economy with more borrowing, more debt and more taxes. Please vote […]

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Building a brighter, more secure future: what the next Conservative Government will do


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Via Share the Facts, what the next Conservative Government will do: Over the past five years we have put our country back on the right track. And we have a clear plan for the next five years that will build a brighter, more secure future for families across Britain. Let’s not put all of this at risk with Ed Miliband, propped up by the SNP. The Prime Minister has set out his plan for the first 100 days of a Conservative […]

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We will get the deficit down: Ed Miliband and the SNP will just keep borrowing


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Via Share the Facts: Labour left Britain with a record peacetime deficit, and a note that read: “there is no money”. But since 2010 we’ve been working through a plan to get Britain back to living within its means. And that plan is working – with the deficit now reduced by a half as a share of our economy – and we’ll clear it in the next Parliament. In stark contrast, the Institute for Fiscal Studies – Britain’s most respected […]

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David Cameron: Let’s finish what we’ve begun


Via Share the Facts, David Cameron explains that all our dreams hinge on a strong economy, that we cannot give a Labour a second chance with the security and stability of people’s lives and that Labour hurt the many in the crisis, not the few: David Cameron: “We’re the only people that can stop Ed Miliband and the SNP wrecking our economy and taking us back to square one”. Please vote Conservative on May 7.

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