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Not The Tory Manifesto

Not The Tory Manifesto

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Labour's spoof reworking of the 2010 Tory Manifesto
Labour's spoof reworking of the 2010 Tory Manifesto

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The Conservative PartyManifesto 2010
It’s not what you’re voting for. It’s what you’re going to get.
N o t
 
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Introduction:
What David Cameron isn’t saying 
This is a historic document which sets out our vision for Britain in 2012; a document inwhich we are honest about our intentions.
Britain needs to change.
We recognise that people want a government that will deliver; a government that willspread opportunity, deliver growth and address the problems facing our country.
We will promise that change
. We will campaign relentlessly on our promise to bedifferent, to deliver the change the country needs.
But when we said we were different from Labour we meant it. That’s why, despitepromising change, we will not deliver it
.Instead, in office we will take a different approach. Our vision of change is no change. Wewill be different by rejecting the last Labour Government’s drive to spread power, wealthand opportunity and improve public services. We will reject their active approach of reform, investment and innovation designed to improve the lot of the whole country.Instead we will put into practice our shared conviction that the days of governmentacting to improve the lot of the majority are over.
Because we are conviction politicians, we will stick to our plan to do nothing evenwhen it is clear it isn’t working
. Even the longest double-dip recession since the SecondWorld War will not shake us from our chosen path.We are committed to turning old thinking on its head and developing new approaches togovernment. So we will reject the traditional promises of competence and effectiveness inoffice – our watchwords will be shambles and incompetence.Politicians should not make promises they can’t keep – they should be clear about theirplans and accountable for their actions. The British people deserve nothing less. That’swhy this document sets out where we will take the country.
This is a plan which we believe can be delivered in the first half of this Parliament. Weinvite the British public to judge us on our record
.
 
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Contents
A Different Kind of Government ......................................................................................... 4
 
Economy .................................................................................................................................... 5
 
Taxation .................................................................................................................................... 6
 
Banking ...................................................................................................................................... 7
 
Business ..................................................................................................................................... 8
 
Families, Children and Older People ................................................................................... 9
 
Unemployment and Welfare .............................................................................................. 10
 
NHS .......................................................................................................................................... 11
 
Schools.................................................................................................................................... 12
 
Young People ......................................................................................................................... 13
 
Crime, Justice and Policing ................................................................................................ 14
 
Immigration ........................................................................................................................... 15
 
Defence ................................................................................................................................... 16
 
Europe ..................................................................................................................................... 17
 
Transport ............................................................................................................................... 18
 
Environment .......................................................................................................................... 19
 
Energy and Climate Change ............................................................................................... 20
 
Culture, Media and Sport .................................................................................................... 21
 
Local Government and Housing ........................................................................................ 22
 
Big Society .............................................................................................................................. 23
 

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