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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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 […]
Via Share the Facts, David Cameron explains our plans to take the family home out of Inheritance Tax: And also via Share the Facts, the detail: Many families who have worked hard, saved and put money into their home are caught by Inheritance Tax – a tax that should only be paid by the rich. It should not be paid by people who want to pass on the family home to their children. So we are announcing that the next Conservative government […]
The country has been through tough times in recent years. Now we must build on the Government’s successes so the benefits of full employment, rewarding work and living within our means can be felt by everyone. I want lower taxes and improved public services which protect the vulnerable and answer to you. I will campaign to deliver world-class healthcare at Wycombe Hospital with the peace of mind of an NHS Urgent Care Centre. Parliament should be sovereign in British matters. […]
Via Share the Facts, Nicola Sturgeon’s demands to make Ed Miliband Prime Minister are summarised: Last night, Nicola Sturgeon confirmed what we already knew: she’s offering to help make Ed Miliband Prime Minister. The SNP’s list of demands to prop up a weak Labour leader is getting longer – and hardworking taxpayers would pay the price. The prospect of a Labour/SNP coalition is exceptionally concerning: it would leave our country disarmed, vulnerable economically and liable to break apart, amongst other things. I […]
Locally and nationally, opposition politicians are attempting to discredit the Government’s record by claiming new jobs are zero-hours and low-skilled. Here is what Iain Duncan Smith said in the Commons on 11 Feb 2015: Let me now deal with the suggestion that these people are moving into part-time, low-quality work. That is not true. The Opposition constantly harp on about a figure that has no basis in fact, so let me give the facts. Full-time employment is up by over […]
Every parent wants the same things for their children: a good education, a decent job, great public services, a home of their own and – above all – the chance to make the most out of their life. Our long-term plan is securing a better future for your family – and for all our children and grandchildren.