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  • Labour Policies : The Conservative Risk Policy
    years Even the arch Eurosceptic William Hague baulked at allying himself with David Cameron s controversial new partners in the European Union Even Michael Howard did not propose that new free market schools would be allowed to ignore the national curriculum and set up in converted office blocks or temporary buildings Cuts to Child Tax Credit and Child Trust Funds for families on modest and middle incomes are a Cameron innovation that no previous Tory leader dared pledge There is a clear choice at this election A vote for the Conservatives is a vote for same old Tory party of the past a party that would put the recovery at risk threaten public services and would make life tougher for families across the country They are a change that Britain just can t afford Labour Party The Conservative Risk Policy http www labour org uk policies the conservative risk I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Labour s The Conservative Risk policies in the comments below Copyright The Labour Party 39 Victoria Street London SW1H 0HA All rights reserved Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved 5 responses to Labour Policies The Conservative Risk Policy Tony B Comment on Labour Policies The Conservative Risk Policy The Tax n Ban are on their way out of power and the country will breath a collective sigh of relief as the people responsible for a disastrous economic collapse fade into history And no amount of propaganda can stop it Reply to Comment Charles Furness Smith Comment on Labour Policies The Conservative Risk Policy Why Labour do not deserve your vote Let us start by making the comparison between Sir Fred Goodwin and Gordon Brown Both men were responsible for bringing their respective organisations to the brink of economic collapse by imprudent over investment Would we really vote for keeping Goodwin on as Chief Executive of RBS on the basis that he had the experience Considering the uproar over his enormous payoff for failure I think not However in Brown s case he has been promoted with barely a whimper from the very same people who complained about banker s bonuses on the basis of his experience Firing an entrenched incumbent requires guts If Labour is not capable of doing this do you really think they will have the courage to make the much harder decisions required to get us out of the current economic mess Unfortunately unlike most other professions politicians do not appear to improve with experience in fact quite the opposite So vote for anyone other than Labour on 6 May Reply to Comment Labour Policies The Conservative Risk Policy D Cameron Comment on Labour Policies The Conservative Risk Policy The Labour message is actually true The safest way to take the economy forward is continuation of the current policies But we ve got to say something to try to get some votes so we ll happil promise give aways that can t be paid

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  • Reasons to Vote Labour
    Policy Labour Asylum and Immigration Policy Labour Building Schools Policy Labour Crime and Justice Policy Labour Culture Media and Sport Policy Labour Defence Policy Labour Democracy and Citizenship Policy Labour Drugs Protecting Families and Communities Policy Labour Early Years Policy Labour Economic Stability and Full Employment Policy Labour Economic Policy Labour Environment Policy Labour Equalities Policy Labour Europe Policy Labour Football Enterprise Initiatives to Premier League Clubs Policy Labour Further and Higher Education and Skills Policy Labour Housing Policy Labour International Development Policy Labour Local Government Policy Labour NHS Policy Labour Older People Policy Labour Public Health Policy Labour Schools Policy Labour Social Care Policy Labour Supporting Hard Working Families Policy Labour Transport Policy Please use the comment form below to describe why you will or will not be voting Labour Party at the next General Election 3 responses to Why Vote Labour Previous 1 2 3 4 daisy Comment on Labour Government Will Get Us Out Of Debt Labour Government Will Get Us Out Of Debt labour will get us out of debt the recession JESUS gordon browns already doing it its just you morons are all lib dems its like the public are children in a sweet shop and leb dems are giving the sweet out for free when there not sweets there vegetables there coning you you idiots gordon brown is just trying to do right and david camaron cocking it up when lib dems get in dont be crying when they raise taxes and make everything expensive and youd have wish youd of voted for labour Reply to Comment Labour Government Will Get Us Out Of Debt thetellurian Comment on Labour Party Policies Labour Party Policies Labour s policy of ID cards increased police powers draconian terrorism laws DNA database increased monitoring of its citizens through internet mail social networking sites is leading this country into a Stasi future This alone is the reason not to vote Labour but of course there are many more Reply to Comment Alan Mann Comment on Reasons to Vote Labour at the Next General Election I think the British political campaigns are all very parochial Argument about free eye tests etc The argument is largely on small variations on how to divide the expenditure It is only the Tories who have talked about being more competitive in global markets Where are teh policies of increasing productivity and making Britain productive and combating the very real threats faced by most western countries in their continual lack of real productivity Banking contribute some 17 of GDP How did the labour party ensure that this huge sector was correctly administrated to protect this large and precious contribution to the UK Their plans going forward have also showed no insight in how to adquately address the risk aspects of the financial institutions There seems to be little insight into how a government can very effectively manage these risks All the focus is on how to protect the hand outs to ensure they will be

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  • Conservative Policies : Conservative Advancing Opportunity Policy
    teacher Delivering more teaching by ability which stretches the strongest and nurtures the weakest The long term supply side revolution will involve Over 220 000 new school places being created Freeing up the system whereby new schools are established to allow charities livery companies existing school federations not for profit trusts co operatives and groups of parents to set up new schools in the state sector Diverting more resources to pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds BUILDING SKILLS TRANSFORMING LIVES A TRAINING AND APPRENTICESHIPS REVOLUTION The system of training in the UK is stuck in the past and as a result over three quarters of a million young people are not in any kind of education employment or training We propose a revolution in skills and training with A massive expansion in the provision of real apprenticeships Measures to make it easier for companies to run apprenticeships Creating 100 000 additional apprenticeships every year with a 775 million injection of funds A 2 000 bonus for each apprenticeship at a small or medium sized enterprise More community learning to improve skills and employability A 100 million NEETs fund aimed at youngsters not in any kind of education training or employment A 100 million injection into the adult community Learning Fund Supply side reform to set further education fund Freeing Further Education colleges from unnecessary bureaucracy Allowing new providers to enter the sector A revolution in careers advice Providing a careers adviser in every secondary school and college in the country Creating a new all age careers advice service Conservative Party Advancing Opportunity Policy http www conservatives com Policy Opportunity Agenda aspx I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Conservative s Advancing Opportunity policies in the comments below Leave a reply to Conservative Policies Conservative Advancing Opportunity Policy

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  • Conservative Policies : Conservative Business Policy
    bad it is in Britain yet the truth is we are attracting foreign investment and it s a great place to live as a business owner I own my own business I saw on the news the other night independent retailers are beginning to rent shops in some towns where the big names have pulled out because of the credit crunch and recession As we move out of recession we ll see gaps in the market place filled with new businesses that are stronger than what was there before Woolworths was already failing before the credit crunch but they d failed to act change their business model The gap Woolworths left on our high streets will need to be filled long term and someone s going to benefit from that opportunity Every time I walk by an empty shop I see opportunity David Reply to Comment Conservative Policies Conservative Business Policy VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Business Policy That s because we have places like the Academy run by Peter Jones and his team a partly Government Funded project to encourage our youth to consider setting up business I think many people would be suprised at just how many people own small business in this country small companies are account for a VERY large amount of the employment in the UK the UK is a very attractive market when it comes to setting up businesses And even though I am not voting Labour this time I have to give credit to Gordon Brown for creating that ability within the country he had done a lot to encourage small business over his time Reply to Comment Conservative Policies Conservative Business Policy VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Business Policy Missed a bit I do hope that the Conservatives if they win carry out the policies they have set out for small business it will help the current small business keep going and help to encourage more I think Labour has started to get a little to hard on those small businesses it encouraged to get started with the increase in NI and all the added costs that come with that for small employers Labour did a good job but in my opinion are now making it hard for those companies to keep growth and expand with the extra costs it is now forcing on small business Our economy has a lot of reliance on small business the Government should be making it easier for them not harder Reply to Comment Conservative Policies Conservative Business Policy David Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Business Policy Interestingly my wife sees how Labour and the Conservative governments have balanced one another s policies out over the years as a good thing Conservatives take power and strive forward take big risks that push the country forward but inevitably they make mistakes things goes wrong and they loose support The Conservatives are like a new business trying to strive for the top when it

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  • Conservative Policies : Conservative Climate Change and Energy Policy
    stations should not leave taxpayers with liabilities for their running decommissioning or waste Nuclear is not an alternative to developing and expanding renewable forms of energy REDUCING FUEL BILLS The rising cost of energy is pushing more and more families into fuel poverty So we will help cut people s fuel bills by Making it illegal for energy companies to charge unfair price premiums on prepayment meters reducing bills for 5 8 million households Requiring every energy company to offer social tariffs special low rates for electricity and gas to vulnerable households Demanding energy companies inform customers if they are on the company s cheapest tariff and how much they could save if they are not Reforming the Post Office Card Account POCA to give up to 4 million people access to lower energy and water tariffs Conservative Party Climate Change and Energy Policy http www conservatives com Policy Where we stand Energy aspx I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Conservative s Climate Change and Energy policies in the comments below 5 responses to Conservative Policies Conservative Climate Change and Energy Policy K williams Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Climate Change and Energy Policy its used as an excuse to tax us more Reply to Comment Sp3ckled Jim Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Climate Change and Energy Policy If you want to save energy STOP targeting the people first You want an easy solution to the energy problem i give you my best shot here Turn the street light on 5 minutes later and turn them off 5 mins earlier Do that all around the country Massive savings none gets a bad deal SIMPLZ D Reply to Comment David Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Climate Change and Energy Policy I m pleasantly surprised at the positive nature of the Conservative Climate Change and Energy Policy it accepts Labours achievements Some of the Conservative policy documents are more about knocking what Labours done wrong not done rather than what the Conservatives plan to do in power I think Labours done well in this area and it s good to see both Labour and the Conservatives with similar goals Which ever party forms government lets hope they continue to strive for a greener Britain David Reply to Comment Conservative Policies Conservative Climate Change and Energy Policy Ab Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Climate Change and Energy Policy Who is classed as vulnerable the non workers who dont want to make an attempt to or the hard workers who struggle through life We must pay for this somewhere How many taxis are in this country driving most of the day My suggestion to help save the dying planet make all new taxis at least hybrid low emission Reply to Comment NP Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Climate Change and Energy Policy How can you seriously expect to win over Green voters by even considering that Nuclear power is a consideration if economically viable For a moment I

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  • Conservative Policies : Conservative Community Relations Policy
    celebrate their diversity while sharing common civic values and national pride And we will unite Britain s communities with a package of measures Supporting community groups based on their effectiveness in countering poverty and deprivation rather than on the basis of ethnicity or faith Devolving power to local authorities who are better placed to make decisions for their communities Offering English language instruction for all to cement the English language as the bedrock of our national identity Tackling unacceptable cultural practices such as forced marriage and female genital mutilation We believe that the State is no substitute for community So a Conservative Government will help foster community cohesion but recognise that it is about much more than government and politics it is above all a social responsibility And that means that everyone must do all they can to make this a fairer and more just society helping others creating opportunity and ensuring that no one is excluded Conservative Party Community Relations Policy http www conservatives com Policy Where we stand Community Relations aspx I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Conservative s Community Relations policies in the comments below Leave a reply to Conservative Policies Conservative Community Relations Policy Name required Mail not published required Comment Title Don t subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e mail You can also subscribe without commenting Popular Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election To traditional Labour voters and those that care about workers Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting I m listening to David Cameron on BBC3 Dermot Meets David Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election Conservative Policies Conservative Economy Policy Tory MP Philip Hollobone May Face Criminal Prosecution Over De Veiling Request Conservative Policies

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  • Conservative Policies : Conservative Countryside Policy
    a series of measures including Shifting decision making away from central government to local communities Increasing access to public services by encouraging small rural schools and protecting family doctor services Fighting rural poverty by creating opportunity with less regulation on rural businesses more power to local people to tackle the shortage of affordable homes and a better integrated transport system Rural communities need a thriving farming industry but Britain s farmers have endured a tough decade faced with animal diseases excessive regulation and rising fuel prices They need a government that works with them not against them So we promise to Overhaul farming regulations to lift the burden of unnecessary paperwork and inspections Make it easier to buy British by improving food labelling Use public procurement to strengthen the link between food grown in our fields and the meals served in our schools and hospitals This co operation will be crucial in tackling climate change and the threats to our food security and it will help to rebuild the broken bond of trust between rural communities and the government Conservative Party Countryside Policy http www conservatives com Policy Where we stand Countryside aspx I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Conservative s Countryside policies in the comments below Leave a reply to Conservative Policies Conservative Countryside Policy Name required Mail not published required Comment Title Don t subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e mail You can also subscribe without commenting Popular Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election To traditional Labour voters and those that care about workers Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting I m listening to David Cameron on BBC3 Dermot Meets David Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election Conservative

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  • Conservative Policies : Conservative Culture, Media and Sport Policy
    raided Lottery funds for other government projects and we would return the Lottery to its original purpose Our reforms would put an end to any further government interference and ensure a greater share of Lottery funding goes to the arts sport and heritage allowing them to prosper and thrive With the London 2012 Olympic Games approaching we have a wonderful opportunity to showcase these sectors and highlight the best sporting and cultural activities that Britain has to offer More importantly we must make sure that the Olympics leave us with a lasting legacy focused on inspiring young people to take part in sport The Conservative Party is committed to fostering an environment in which sport the arts and the creative industries can flourish and in which people can take control of the most enjoyable aspects of their lives We will also help to rebuild our broken economy by working with the creative industries to ensure the majority of the population have access to next generation high speed broadband within five years Conservative Party Culture Media and Sport Policy http www conservatives com Policy Where we stand Culture Media and Sport aspx I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Conservative s Culture Media and Sport policies in the comments below Leave a reply to Conservative Policies Conservative Culture Media and Sport Policy Name required Mail not published required Comment Title Don t subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e mail You can also subscribe without commenting Popular Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election To traditional Labour voters and those that care about workers Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting I m listening to David Cameron on BBC3 Dermot Meets David Reasons to Vote Conservative

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