Monday, December 07, 2015

Delivering for Britain - the Prime minister writes


In a letter drafted before his trip to Carlisle today, David Cameron writes




 
Today marks seven months since the General Election; seven months since the British people gave this government and this party an important responsibility: to deliver on our commitments for stability, security and opportunity for the working people of Britain.
 
This year, we’ve seen more people in work than at any time in our history; more of our children starting university than ever before; more British entrepreneurs setting up shop than anywhere else in Europe.
Because of your support, we are now able to deliver on what we said we would do in our manifesto – a plan for every stage of your life.

We’re building a country that deals with its debts and lives within its means – taking Britain out of the red and into the black by 2020.

We’re giving our young people the opportunity of the best possible start in life, with a million more children in good or outstanding schools, and the chance of a high quality apprenticeship or a University place when you leave school.
 
We’re saying to those who get a job and work hard, that we’ll let you keep more of the money you earn. And to those who save, that we’ll help you buy that home of your own.
 
We’re saying to working families that we’re on your side, by doubling free childcare and delivering a better, and truly seven day, National Health Service for you and your family.
 
And we’re saying to those who have worked hard all their lives that you deserve dignity and security in retirement – so we’ll go on increasing your state pension and make it easier for you to pass on what you have to your loved ones.
 
In all these things our aim is simple: a good life for you and your family. That’s what we promised and that’s what we’re delivering - holding firm to our pledges and paving the way for the brighter future people voted for.
 
And let’s remember, as we work through our plan, that our goal is a greater Britain. Not just making good on our manifesto – but making Britain greater.
 
If you want the same for you, your family and Britain then please contribute to our campaign.
 
Together we can build that greater Britain. Let’s get out there and make it happen.
 
Yours,

David Cameron         




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