'Words are cheap' PM
PRIME Minister David Cameron's speech in which he set out his vision to get Britain "on the rise" was on the money but more needs to be done.
That was the view of county businesses following the keynote party conference. He said encouraging private enterprise, tackling welfare, and revamping education were essential to building an "aspiration nation" and ensuring Britain's future economic success in the world.
In the Birmingham address, he also promised to support "the doers, the risk takers".
Responding to the speech, Miles Mann, of Bakers Jewellers in Gloucester said: "As a society we need to encourage the aspirations of a greater number of people in order to ensure that the private sector grows as the state contracts."
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Kevin Aherne, managing director of Gloucester-based National Show Spares said Mr Cameron gave a 'very credible' speech but said 'words are cheap.'
"We need to invigorate the small and medium business sector and ensure moneys for realistic business growth are made available. This is still not happening," he said.