After a positive pitch from Cameron that led on housing and employment, here is a fuller list of what the Tories are offering the public in May.
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“We are there for you offering security at every stage of life. Yes, the Conservative Party: the real party of working people in our country today.”
“What our manifesto is about is securing peoples’ future, giving them those opportunties at every stage of their life to have that security.”
Exercise is the miracle cure we’ve been waiting for. We just need to help more people do it.
Nadhim Zahawi MP: Northern Powerhouse, Midlands manufacturing, East Anglian life sciences – and recovery for all
We need to devolve to the cities and shires alike.
Three of his priorities are jobs, housing and retirement. Our three are homes, jobs and savings.
James O’Shaughnessy: Eradicating childhood illiteracy should be at the heart of the next Conservative manifesto
One in five children leave primary school unable to read, write and count at an age-appropriate level. Save the Children’s new campaign aims to correct that.
If we go into the next election with too much tax cut talk it will risk our reputation for fiscal responsibility.
For a government to legislate effectively to defy the court’s rulings while continuing to recognise its authority would be a contradiction in terms.
ConHome’s conference, Securing a Majority, grappled with the question of how to reach alienated UKIP voters.
It’s time to raise the NI threshold to the same level as that for income tax.
Tory backbenchers are involved in the manifesto for next year – but not in the one for a few weeks’ time
That the Policy Commissions are not in the loop for the manifesto for the European elections highlights the gap between Cameron and his Party on EU policy.
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 man in charge of home affairs policy for the ’22 says that Macmillan and Macleod are his inspiration.
The Harlow MP offers a solution to a complaint made by some of his fellow Conservative backbenchers.