David Cameron pledges to create "land of opportunity"
David Cameron has closed the penultimate Conservative Party conference before the next general election by pledging to transform the UK into a “land of opportunity”.
The Prime Minister vowed to continue the government’s on-going bid to reform the welfare system and to improve education.
Job creation and support for business also featured heavily in Mr Cameron’s speech when he addressed his party for 50 minutes in Manchester this morning.
Mr Cameron also repeated the message delivered by George Osborne, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, earlier this week that the party’s aim is to get rid of the country’s deficit and run a budget surplus.
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Mr Cameron said that while “finishing the job” and “clearing up the mess” is important he also wants to build “something better in its place”.
He said he wants to build a country where “no individual is written off”.
Mr Cameron also said that “profit” and “tax cuts” should not be treated as “dirty, elitist words”.