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One million new jobs have been
created in the private sector.
That is more net in the last two
years than Labour managed in
ten years.

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I'm not here to defend privilege.
I'm here to spread it.

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When you ask [left wing
establishments] why is a school
failing? Why aren't the children
succeeding? You hear the same
thing over and over again: what
can you expect with children
like these? These children are
disadvantaged... Isn't the
greatest disadvantage of all
being written off by those so in…

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They draped themselves in one
flag ... what could be more
important than saving our
united kingdom?

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Work isn't slavery. It's poverty
that is slavery.

If we did what Labour wanted
and we watered down our plan,
the risk is that the people we
borrow money from would start
to question our ability and our
resolve to pay off our debts.
Some might actually refuse to

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Who suffers when the wealthy
businessman goes to live in
Geneva? Not him; he's paying
half the tax he would if he was
staying here! It's those who
want to work because the jobs,
investment and growth will go
somewhere else.

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Not a hard luck story. A hard
work story.

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Who sold our gold? Who busted
our banks? Who smothered our
businesses? Who racked up our
debts? Who wrecked our
economy? Who ruined our
reputation? Who risked our
future? Who did this? Labour
did this! And our country
should never forget it!

We don't preach about one
nation, but practice…

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Because of our welfare cap, no
family will be earning more in
benefits than the average
family earns.


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