‘A lot done, a lot still to do’ was the message coming from the Tories today, as David Cameron launched his party’s manifesto.
The prime minister said he wanted ‘to finish the job’ of rebuilding Britain on behalf of ‘working people.’
The Conservatives plan to lift minimum wage workers out of tax, address home ownership by extending the ‘right to buy’ and double free childcare to 30 hours a week.
On the NHS, Cameron pledged a future Conservative government would invest a further £8 billion a year by 2020.
Referencing the 1970s sitcom The Good Life, Mr. Cameron said that his aim was to secure the “good life” for British workers and families.
The manifesto also reaffirmed the Conservatives promise to cut the deficit, and to hold a referendum on Britain’s role in the EU.
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