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  • Conservative Policies : Conservative Defence Policy
    i feel that now i am older and wiser we have been let down on a large scale by our Goverment i have took alot of risks due to not getting the right kit etc in my eyes we should get the best kit going not the cheapest alot of the kit i take on ops is my own money from my own pocket which is not far especially for the young lads who are on a much lower wage a good pair of boots costs 150 plus a good patrol bag 140 290 and for a pte who only earns 900 per month its not exceptable Our wages if i go on exercise to Canada i get more money serving there than i do going to Afganistan why if i go to Salisbury Plain for an exercise for over 10 days i get them same amount as i do in Afganistan far enough we do get our op bonous of 2500 put that is nothing for getting shot at every day and living in the worsed possible conditions Our families yes we do get it good when it comes to the cost of living on a Army camp but we have to live with Damp on every room in the house which nothing gets done about it we clean it our selves then a week later it is back and that is every house which i know about were i am stationed when Gordon Brown came to Afganistan i refused to meet him coz i was not going to smile and just say everything was alright becouse it not i feel that the Labour Party has not got a clue when it comes down to the Armed forces if i vote Conservatives why would it be a good choice for me and my Family thanks for your time Reply to Comment Conservative Policies Conservative Defence Policy Tom Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Defence Policy You re a noob mate I earn 4350 a month cos i am sick with a noobtube I will DEAD OUT ANYONE NO MATTER HOW GOOD YOUR BOOTS ARE Reply to Comment Sarah in the Desert Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Defence Policy http www conservatives com Policy Where we stand Defence aspx Their policies sounds hopeful they will double the operational bonuses and pledge to match defence resources to commitments They also pledge to streamline procurement to ensure speedy delivery of equipment to the front line I was a forces child and I remember quarters which were being slowly upgraded as I was growing up No central heating in particular only a gas fire in the lounge during the coldest of winters No wonder I m cold sensitive and live in the hottest place in the world I don t remember my father or any of my uncles having to buy kit themselves during the 80 s and early 90 s when they were serving Reply to Comment Conservative Policies Conservative Defence Policy tom

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  • Conservative Policies : Conservative Democracy Policy
    expenses and allowances In February 2008 David Cameron asked Conservative MPs to detail their expenditure in Right to Know forms which asked for a greater level of information than MPs officially have to disclose You can download the forms from the box opposite Taxpayers have a right to know their money is being used sensibly and correctly and we are proud to be leading the way when it comes to increasing openness on the issue of MPs expenses Direct Democracy We want to see decisions taken at the lowest possible level and where possible by those directly affected So we will encourage greater use of direct democracy with measures including The introduction of directly elected police commissioners Enabling local residents to veto excessive council tax rises Many decisions though have to be taken at a national level and we are committed to making Parliament stronger more responsive and more accountable We are in favour of a substantially elected House of Lords and are proposing that any Bill backed by a petition of one million citizens should automatically be considered by Parliament Conservative Party Democracy Policy http www conservatives com Policy Where we stand Democracy aspx I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Conservative s Democracy policies in the comments below 1 responses to Conservative Policies Conservative Democracy Policy Philip Lockwood Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Democracy Policy If you are so concerned about bringing about democracy in our society then why are you so frightened of a truly democratically elected Parliament that represents that represnets the views of approxiately 66 of voting public Reply to Comment Leave a reply to Conservative Policies Conservative Democracy Policy Name required Mail not published required Comment Title Don t subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup

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  • Conservative Policies : Conservative Environment Policy
    changing our mindset We need to act long before a product becomes waste in the first place producers should be considering the waste implications when a product is still on the drawing board A Conservative Government will therefore introduce a Responsibility Deal on waste a voluntary arrangement among producers to cut back on the production of waste and improve its disposal In addition we will encourage councils to adopt a scheme which gives incentives to households that recycle There is also an urgent and growing need to improve the protection of our marine environment as many of our fish stocks have been over exploited We have called for legislation to conserve our marine habitats and are working to ensure the Marine and Coastal Access Bill is strengthened before it becomes law We will also work to reform the Common Fisheries Policy to achieve a fair deal for our fishermen and seek a pilot scheme supported by the European Commission to help end the wasteful practice of fish discarding Because climate change adaptation must go hand in hand with mitigation measures we are committed to increasing Britain s ability to cope with extreme weather conditions for example by improving our flood prevention measures Conservative Party Environment Policy http www conservatives com Policy Where we stand Environment aspx I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Conservative s Environment policies in the comments below Leave a reply to Conservative Policies Conservative Environment 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

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  • Conservative Policies : Conservative Family Policy
    independent nurseries Conservative Party Family Policy http www conservatives com Policy Where we stand Family aspx I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Conservative s Family policies in the comments below 4 responses to Conservative Policies Conservative Family Policy Sarah Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Family Policy This is for the promotion of marriage and the family unit Broken Britain was a term first used by William Hague to describe the breakdown of the traditional family unit and the rise of single parent households and loss of respect and discipline The married man s tax allowance was abolished by Labour and a more generous benefit system made it easier for married couples to part instead of working at their marriage and single parent households to spawn Money worries can put a huge strain on relationships so we will end the couple penalty in the benefits system and recognise marriage in the tax and benefits system http www conservatives com Policy Where we stand Family aspx I think it is also aimed to help those couples where the wife stays at home to look after children and forgoes her own tax allowance I suppose if more women stayed at home if they could afford to then that could perhaps free up some jobs for the unemployed Reply to Comment Conservative Policies Conservative Family Policy Jaime j Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Family Policy I agree that promoting families in britain is the way forward but I think that any married tax relief should be able to be claimed by either partner as many women now have higher paid positions making it more financially feasible for the man to stay at home rather than the women after all this party is trying to promote equality between men

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  • Conservative Policies : Conservative Foreign Affairs Policy
    wish it were Bizarre thing to say when in reality all counties are full of good and bad people ruling people and people who oppose people who you have to be careful with and people you need to help and support I m afraid this lot just want us to think the whole world is out to get the UK You are paranoid Mr Cameron Reply to Comment Oonagh Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Foreign Affairs Policy dealing with the world as it is and not as we wish it were I agree that this is a very strange thing to say indeed Call me optimistic but I want to vote for a government that spends it time striving to make the world as we wish it were rather than dealing with the world as it is I m currently a floating voter trying to establish which party to paddle towards And I must say that that comment has made me float in the opposite direction some what Reply to Comment Conservative Policies Conservative Foreign Affairs Policy Mr Morris Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Foreign Affairs Policy I agree with the statement the world as it is because if you think about it Tony Blair supposedly wanted to make the World a better place by invading Iraq and Afghanistan and London was bombed just a few years later by people who are trained there Not a good day for optimism to be honest Reply to Comment David Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Foreign Affairs Policy We must recognise that we are much stronger working through NATO the UN or the G8 than when acting alone and that our moral authority is vital to our success Although I don t disagree with the above per se the truth is the above coalitions have been shown to be toothless at times and incapable of acting too many vito s Not one for war mongering but at times Europe USA needs to act and act fast in the name of what s right Bosnia comes to mind If Europe was a stronger force together and I wish it was we d have never had to make the decision to invade Iraq with America Almost everyone believed Iraq had WMDs they d used them previously but the UN refused to act decisively If Iraq had WMDs which was the consensus when we invaded and we found them we d have been seen to some degree have made the correct decision to invade That being said invading any sovereign country like Iraq Afghanistan history tells us it s never going to go well I think we d have a completely different history if the UN NATO had real strength behind it David Reply to Comment Conservative Policies Conservative Foreign Affairs Policy VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Foreign Affairs Policy In my opinion half the problem is that there are too many organisations trying to have a say UN Nato etc the EU needs

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  • Conservative Policies : Conservative Health and NHS Policy
    the surgeon online and read some good stuff he was well published so I was happy with him but if I wasn t and I had a choice there wouldn t have been a lot I could do with it anyway since I couldn t travel long distances was hard enough travelling 1 hour to the hospital to see my surgeon Giving patients a choice sounds great but isn t the NHS under enough pressure without adding another layer of costly bureaucracy in managing something like this Wouldn t the money be better spent removing bad doctors etc that no one wants to be treated by You hear about them on the news from time to time when a hospital has a poor record in some area due to specific doctors Similar question with 45 000 more single beds is that really a good use of tax payers money It s the NHS not private health care by luck I was in a private room after my operation for about a day and a half until some idiot was playing up on the ward and they switched me have to admit preferred being on the ward 6 days in a room on my own would not have been fun It also appeared to be more effort for the nurses dealing with patients in single rooms Wouldn t the money be better spent on removing mixed sex wards which IMO is a much bigger issue than single rooms All that being said is the 45 000 single rooms still a Conservative policy I see the page I got the above Conservative Health policy from has changed I looked through the Conservative Draft Health Manifesto but there s only a mention of aiming for single beds Single rooms are needed to control infection and provide safety and privacy We will end the scandal of mixed sex accommodation and increase the number of single rooms in hospitals as resources allow You d think when I made this site and added the Conservative policies in September 2009 they d have pretty much had their general election policies nailed down by then Looks like I have to update them all David Reply to Comment Conservative Policies Conservative Health and NHS Policy john worker Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Health and NHS Policy Are these aspirations or promises If promises how much will it cost and given we are in a recession where is the money coming from Could I suggest that for once the obscenely rich make some serious contributions for a change Reply to Comment Joe Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Health and NHS Policy David I agree and hope you are now free from pain Firstly with the comment it is NHS healthcare and not private healthcare some individuals are abusing the NHS and attending hospitals expecting 5 star hospitality as opposed to medical attention They very rudely demand treatment for a problem that could be treated by the GP or WIC Complain

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  • Conservative Policies : Conservative Housing Policy
    Conservative Policies Conservative Housing Policy Brendan Smyth Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Housing Policy HIPs scrapped The tories will put approx 30000 people currently employed in HIPs market OUT OF WORK A better idea would be to reinstate the HOME CONDITION REPORT let buyers read more about the property for sale prior to wasting money on aborted purchases Remove Estate Agents from the HIPs process they should only get involved when a HIP is in place The trained Home Inspectors could also be deployed to inspect the current social MOD housing stock PS Why engage the services of Kirsty Allsopp what professional property qualifications does she hold Reply to Comment Conservative Policies Conservative Housing Policy VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Housing Policy Brendan in my opinion the HIPS programme was one of the Labour parties failed policies and I agree that re introducing the HCR would be a better move and like you say keep people employed Reply to Comment Tabby Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Housing Policy At one point the Tories were discussing ending rent capping on social housing so that it falls into line with market rents I don t know if this is still going ahead but just shows what kind of a party they are if they were even considering it Can anyone clear this up for me Does anyone know if it will still happen Reply to Comment andrew jones Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative Housing Policy To remove hips from the housing market will cause more unemployment the now watered down hip has cost people like myself tens of thousands of pounds in training fees therefore to remove hips altogether will take away what are now meagre earnings that are left to fight over so will never be able to recoup

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  • Conservative Policies : Conservative International Development Policy
    for International Development We ll move towards results based aid where money is handed to governments only when development results have been achieved We ll focus our aid on the countries where it will make the biggest difference and spend 500 million a year to save lives by tackling malaria We ll also empower people in poor countries by giving them more control over how aid is spent and strengthen public support for aid by giving British people a vote over where and how some of their aid is spent To find out more read our policy paper on One World Conservatism 2 Trade We will put maximum effort into achieving an ambitious pro development global trade deal because trade will do more to eliminate poverty than anything else 3 Conflict resolution We will give much greater importance to conflict prevention and resolution because a nation mired in conflict remains vulnerable until the fighting stops no matter how much aid or trade it receives Conservative Party International Development Policy http www conservatives com Policy Where we stand International Development aspx I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Conservative s International Development policies in the comments below 1 responses to Conservative Policies Conservative International Development Policy K williams Comment on Conservative Policies Conservative International Development Policy Why on earth should we pay foreign aid to these Asian African states where corrution puts most of it into the corrupt politicians pockets There is enough projects here in Bµritain to repair the damage done to OUR infrastructure by unchecked immigration neglect by the current govt Reply to Comment Leave a reply to Conservative Policies Conservative International Development Policy Name required Mail not published required Comment Title Don t subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup

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