The Conservative Party Manifesto 2015

Conservative manifesto key policies: David Cameron's plan to win the General .

Destroy old art forms ( realism, classicism ) . Give individualism free reign . Transmit the ideas and spirit of future technological and cosmopolitan society . Opposed to - old conservative, bourgeoisie and academicism .                                                                    'We will fight with all our might the fanatical senseless and snobbish religion of the past, a religion encouraged by the vicious existence of museums' Manifesto of the Futurist Painters - Italy

Destroy old art forms ( realism, classicism ) . Give individualism free reign . Transmit the ideas and spirit of future technological and cosmopolitan society . Opposed to - old conservative, bourgeoisie and academicism . 'We will fight with all our might the fanatical senseless and snobbish religion of the past, a religion encouraged by the vicious existence of museums' Manifesto of the Futurist Painters - Italy

Has there ever been a more mean spirited document than the Conservative #Manifesto which shreds the electoral platform they were elected on in 2015? The manifesto launched today in Halifax drops the 2015 pledge not to raise income tax or National Insurance and has big changes to social care funding in England. People worth more …

Has there ever been a more mean spirited document than the Conservative #Manifesto which shreds the electoral platform they were elected on in 2015? The manifesto launched today in Halifax drops the 2015 pledge not to raise income tax or National Insurance and has big changes to social care funding in England. People worth more …

The prime minister, David Cameron, who will launch the Conservative election manifesto with a right to buy scheme on housing association homes.

Conservative manifesto to offer 1.3m families right to buy housing association homes

David Cameron will say the dream of the property owning democracy is alive and Conservatives ‘are the party of working people’

The Conservative Party manifesto.

A manifesto to see us through Brexit and beyond. A plan for a stronger, fairer, more prosperous Britain.

David Cameron: 'Thousands and thousands of people who have been dragged into   inheritance tax who were never meant to pay it'

Teachers and nurses to be taken out of inheritance tax under Conservative plans

David Cameron: Conservatives will end inheritance tax on properties worth up to -

Michael Gove, as the newly promoted justice secretary, will oversee the scrapping of the Human RIghts Act as part of a Tory push of capitalise on its slim Commons majority.

Conservatives to push forward on manifesto and scrap Human Rights Act

Michael Gove’s school reforms ‘ignored’ rise in pupils’ mental illness Former education secretary was ‘just not interested’ in number of children falling ill, says ex-health minister Paul Burstow

The Government has cut funding for childcare despite a Conservative manifesto pledge to double the number of free hours parents get.    An analysis by the National Audit Office said that early years funding for three and-four year-olds had been cut by 4.5 per cent in real, per pupil terms between 2013 and 2015.    The confirmation of cuts come after the IPPR thinktank warned in October that the Tories' election pledge was underfunded.

The Tories said they'd double free childcare, but they've actually just cut it

Nursery staff told to report signs of radicalisation in children and parents [UK]

David Cameron

At-a-glance: Conservative manifesto

David Cameron

The 2015 Conservative Party Manifesto Lies, Broken Promises and Missing Policy

Prime Minister David Cameron speaking at the launch of the Conservative Party manifesto

"Soaring university fees are saddling our young people with debts they may never be able to pay off. Tuition fees have tripled under the Conservative/Lib Dem coalition. The Green Party is the only party that believes that education should be free. It is our policy in our fully costed 2015 manifesto to abolish tuition fees and cancel student debt." - Kizzi Murtagh, Green Party candidate for Redlands Ward

"Soaring university fees are saddling our young people with debts they may never be able to pay off. Tuition fees have tripled under the Conservative/Lib Dem coalition. The Green Party is the only party that believes that education should be free. It is our policy in our fully costed 2015 manifesto to abolish tuition fees and cancel student debt." - Kizzi Murtagh, Green Party candidate for Redlands Ward

Video: Election 2015: Conservative manifesto in 90 seconds - Telegraph

Video: Election Conservative manifesto in 90 seconds - Telegraph

Not keeping calm about right to buy conservative manifesto #GE2015

Not keeping calm about right to buy conservative manifesto

Facebook locks page of 12-year-old black boy who says Obama hates America

Facebook locks page of 12-year-old black boy who says Obama hates America

U-turn over Budget plan to increase National Insurance

U-turn over National Insurance rise

U-turn over Budget plan to increase National Insurance. The controversial change affecting self-employed people broke a Conservative manifesto commitment.

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