David Cameron launches 2015 general election poster

The Conservatives’ election poster states that under five years of coalition rule the government has helped 1.75 million people find work, helped create 760,000 new businesses and cut the deficit in half.

by the commentator on 2 January 2015 14:56

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Prime Minister David Cameron’s has launched the party’s first poster ahead of the general election, putting the economy at the heart of the campaign.

The Conservative leader unveiled the poster at a press conference with Chancellor George Osborne, depicting the slogan, "Let's stay on the road to a stronger economy".

The poster states that under five years of coalition rule the government has helped 1.75 million people find work, helped create 760,000 new businesses and cut the deficit in half.

Cameron said, "What is absolutely crucial is to win this forthcoming election because it is so important that we stay on the road to a stronger economy.

"Stay on the road to more jobs, stay on the road to lower taxes, stay on the road to more apprenticeships, stay on the road to stronger schools and stay on the road to security and dignity in old age."

Cameron warned that letting Ed Miliband into Number 10 could trigger "economic chaos" that would "destroy jobs and destroy livelihoods.

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