We need to spend on those areas that we have promised to, in particular social care and also to cut the ridiculous top rate of tax. My priority would be to slash corporation tax. This will be a revenue raiser in the long-term and will scare the s**t out of the EU - win-win.
He is going to be a great PM. Saved us from the Marxist cabal and the endless remoaners. No nonsense like the Big Society but one-nation conservative policies that the country is crying out for. Backed Boris and always will.
I have which is why I commented. Quite rude to infer that I have not. I also read the DUP manifesto. Suggest you read that and may or may not come to the same view as me.
50% of 35-44 year olds voted Labour, quite aside from the young. They will not come back if we align with the DUP. A lot of their views are abhorrent. The deal looks short-term and desparate. The Tory brand will be toxic if we pursue this for years to come.
The fact that May is being told how she can stay tells everything. Lost all authority. No longer (or never was) a Leader. Has to go.
Speaking as a Member, she needs to go and she needs go go now. We should be going nowhere the DUP for an 'agreement'. Other than the principle of being impartial towards Northern Irish parties, this will toxify the party for years to come. I get that it works short term but the image of a PM clinging on with no authority propped up by the DUP with dubious values, will rest in voters' minds for years to come. We spent the election arguing against a coalition of chaos for heaven's sake.
I voted against a coalition of chaos and end up with something less stable than a coalition tied to borderline homophobes. Cheers Theresa. Great election.
A manifesto with policies rather than a discussion document would help.