The Conservatives in government have a long-term plan that is working – building a healthier economy and securing a better future for Britain.
- A better future for our country, with a growing economy
- More people with the chance to get on in life, with record job numbers
- More security for the long-term, with the deficit down and our national debt starting to fall as a share of the economy
But we now face a critical choice. We can keep on working through the long-term economic plan that is delivering a better future for you, your family and Britain. Or we can return to the chaos of the past.
With this Budget, Conservatives choose to secure a better future.
- Cutting income taxes for 27 million hardworking people, and cancelling Labour’s planned rise in fuel duty
- A new Help to Buy ISA for first time buyers – so if you save up to £12,000 towards a deposit on a home, the government will contribute up to £3,000
- Helping savers with a new Personal Savings Allowance, abolishing savings tax altogether for 17 million people to create tax free banking
- Committing to run a budget surplus and keep our debt share falling
- Backing business and skills that will create full employment, and supporting pubs and brewers by cutting tax on beer and cider
- Investing across the UK for a truly national recovery
These changes are all part of the Conservative long-term economic plan, and it’s critical we keep working through it.
That’s the simple choice voters face on May 7th: between the Conservatives, with a long-term economic plan that is working, or Labour, propped up by the SNP, who offer the chaos of the past.