Over the last decade our activists, supporters and members have become a distant feature of an increasing centralised Party machine – remote, distant and out of touch.
Failing to take back control would be to ignore the largest democratic vote in British history. The consequences would be dire.
Taking back control will give us scope to restore public confidence in our migration controls, support key sectors of the economy, and woo wealth creators.
There is no other Party for people who believe in our country, welcome freedom, value meritocracy, and want to live in a society where hard work is rewarded.
We must value the expertise and hard work of grassroots Party members far more. They hold the key to our future.
I saw trade, investment and progress during my visit to India with the Chancellor and Foreign Secretary last week.
Iain Duncan Smith is helping to turn lives round and Labour has nothing to offer.
If some charities were acting in a way that was genuinely balanced, they would have been more vocal in criticising the last Labour Government.
After last week’s results, the public will expect all UK MEPs to get behind the Prime Minister’s plan.
Miliband and Labour are relying on divisions on the Right to prop them up. Let’s not give the them that satisfaction.
New restrictions have also been placed on EU migrants wishing to come to the UK, which is in complete contrast to anything done by Labour.
We have put together the most comprehensive package ever put together by a Government to stimulate the economy and employment creation.
Conservatives are fighting hard to secure more prosperity through trade after the neglect of business by the last Labour Government
Conservatives are restoring this country’s pension system to give those who have worked, saved and made sacrifices.
We should be proud of our record in Government and inspired to campaign hard to win every vote in May’s elections