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With David Cameron and the Conservatives, work will always be rewarded:

  • Nobody working 30 hours on minimum wage will ever pay income tax
  • The tax-free personal allowance will rise to £12,500 by 2020
  • The 40p tax threshold will increase to £50,000 by 2020 - and will always rise at least in line with inflation
  • Your family home will be taken out of inheritance tax by lifting the threshold for married couples to £1m

We will also introduce a five year tax lock, meaning that between May 2015 and May 2020 there will be:

  • No increases in income tax rates
  • No increases in VAT - nor an extension of its scope
  • No increases in National Insurance - nor an increase in its ceiling

There's a clear choice on tax at this election.

One one side, David Cameron and the Conservatives, with a clear plan to keep our economy strong and cut your taxes.

On the other, Ed Miliband - propped up by the SNP - who would wreck the economy with more borrowing, unlimited benefits and higher taxes.

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The economy is continuing to grow – but we have reached a critical moment in the recovery.

Official figures from the Office for National Statistics show that the economy grew by 0.3% in the first three months of the year and by 2.4% over the last year. 
(ONS, 28 Apr 2015)

A growing economy is good news because it means more businesses creating more jobs – and more people with the security of a wage to provide for themselves and their families.

But these figures are also a reminder that we cannot take the recovery for granted.

With rising economic instability abroad, Britain faces a clear choice on the economy at this election.

We can either stick with the long-term economic plan that’s working and secure the recovery; or we can risk everything we’ve achieved together in the last five years – going back to square one with Ed Miliband propped up by the SNP.

The future of our economy is on the ballot paper at this election. So SHARE this post and let everyone know that only the Conservatives will keep the economy growing – and secure a brighter future for you, your family and our country.

The economy is continuing to grow – but we have reached a critical moment in the recovery.

Official figures from the Office for National Statistics show that the economy grew by 0.3% in the first three months of the year and by 2.4% over the last year. 
(ONS, 28 Apr 2015)

A growing economy is good news because it means more businesses creating more jobs – and more people with the security of a wage to provide for themselves and their families.

But these figures are also a reminder that we cannot take the recovery for granted.

With rising economic instability abroad, Britain faces a clear choice on the economy at this election.

We can either stick with the long-term economic plan that’s working and secure the recovery; or we can risk everything we’ve achieved together in the last five years – going back to square one with Ed Miliband propped up by the SNP.

The future of our economy is on the ballot paper at this election. So SHARE this post and let everyone know that only the Conservatives will keep the economy growing – and secure a brighter future for you, your family and our country.



Small businesses are the backbone of our economy, and the Conservatives are behind them 100%. Since 2010, there are 760,000 more businesses - creating jobs and opportunities for families across Britain.

SHARE David Cameron's speech with friends - and together we'll keep backing small businesses and secure the recovery.



Small businesses are the backbone of our economy, and the Conservatives are behind them 100%. Since 2010, there are 760,000 more businesses - creating jobs and opportunities for families across Britain.

SHARE David Cameron's speech with friends - and together we'll keep backing small businesses and secure the recovery.

There are 760,000 more businesses since 2010 - and we'll keep backing those who work hard and create jobs for others.

SHARE this graphic to let friends know, and together we'll secure the recovery.

There are 760,000 more businesses since 2010 - and we'll keep backing those who work hard and create jobs for others.

SHARE this graphic to let friends know, and together we'll secure the recovery.



We're backing small businesses with lower taxes, less red tape and better infrastructure - and that's helping businesses to thrive and create jobs, with 760,000 more businesses than in 2010.

Watch this video from Karren Brady to find out more, SHARE it with friends - and let's stick with the plan that's working.



We're backing small businesses with lower taxes, less red tape and better infrastructure - and that's helping businesses to thrive and create jobs, with 760,000 more businesses than in 2010.

Watch this video from Karren Brady to find out more, SHARE it with friends - and let's stick with the plan that's working.

"Businesses like ours have helped to create 1,000 jobs a day since 2010. We would like to see David Cameron and George Osborne given the chance to finish what they have started. A change now would be far too risky."

The letter from 5,000 small business owners to the Telegraph is clear: we need to stick with the plan that's working. SHARE to let friends know.