We have put together the most comprehensive package ever put together by a Government to stimulate the economy and employment creation.
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Priti Patel is MP for Witham, and an elected Member of the Conservative Party Board, the 1922 Committee’s Executive and the Public Administration Select Committee.Follow @
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
Priti Patel MP: An Etonian stitch-up? Rubbish. This is the most inclusive Conservative manifesto ever.
The Financial Times’s entire thesis would have been demolished by the facts – had the paper checked them.
The Work and Pensions Secretary is right to roll back Labour’s culture of welfare dependency.
Priti Patel MP: What Conservatives in government are doing to boost trade with the emerging economies
Exporting to Europe and America is not enough.
Priti Patel MP: The choice at the next election. State control with Labour, or free enterprise with the Conservatives.
A Labour Government would exacerbate feelings of unfairness in society as they entrench a welfare-dependent culture built on the backs of those who work hard.
Such a law would strengthen the new code of practice that followed my 2011 Bill.
Cameron is right to seek restrictions on free movement within the EU
The Chancellor’s decision will bring lasting economic benefits, new jobs and growth that would not be possible under Labour’s misguided plans.
We must be able to ease the pressure on our infrastructure and public services – and remove access to benefits.
Britain should be Europe’s best-placed country to benefit from the increase in prosperity and jobs that India’s economic growth will bring.
Priti Patel MP: Labour. The party of gimmicks, scaremongering, opportunism, taxes, debt – and McLuskey
Whether it is on energy prices, education, the criminal justice system or industrial relations, Labour remains entrenched on the side of vested interests and unions.
As a matter of priority, extensions to the transitional controls on Romanian and Bulgarian need to be investigated. In ten weeks time, these will expire.