Our Union Connectivity Review will favour routes that serve this aim – be they the A75, the A55 in north Wales or the air corridors to Northern Ireland.
Our initiative will bring together Ministers, Mayors and council leaders, to thrash out ways of building new infrastructure during the life of this parliament.
We brought home 150,000 passengers, on 746 different flights to ten airports around the country. And 94 pc flew back on their scheduled departure date.
Later today, we launch the Homes for Heroes Foundation. It aims to ensure that Britain has the finest housing package for returning armed forces of any country in the world.
In the second piece of this week’s series on aid, the International Development Minister describes a new scheme that uses technology to transform lives.
Here is our simple, positive, Conservative message on jobs – for when you are knocking on doors in the weeks ahead.
The Opposition would threaten economic chaos.
Labour plans new taxes on your family home and your pension – and he and Balls would like to tax death too.
What keeps us coming back is friendship and loyalty. Now let’s press on to next year’s election.
We are building a stronger, more competitive economy. And if you work hard, we are on your side. You’ll hear more about this in the Queen’s Speech today.
Labour are intensely relaxed about local government getting filthy rich at taxpayers’ expense.
Some of Ed’s fiercest critics are in his own team. And it’s getting worse.
Voters in 2015 can plump for the Conservatives and higher house-building in England or Miliband’s party – and its record of house-building failure in Wales.
As in 1983, the choice is is stark: either to continue progress towards recovery, or to follow extreme and damaging Labour policies
The sweeping breadth of reform being championed by Conservative MPs is now so commonplace that it is hardly remarked upon in the newspapers.