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Labours VS. Conservatives

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Priscila Menezes Siqueira

on 18 June 2015

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Freeze rail fares next year
Promises “a swift decision on expanding airport capacity in London and the South East, balancing the need for growth and the environmental impact”
Supports HS2
Freeze rail fare rises
to inflation until 2020
Would “respond” to whether a new runway should be built in the south-east when the Airports Commission
delivers its report
Supports HS2
Increase education spending, including early years and post-16
Scrap the free schools programme
Insist all teachers are fully qualified
Cut tuition fees from £9,000 to £6,000 a year, funded by restricting tax relief on pension contributions for highest earners
Freeze spending per pupil
in English schools
Turn “coasting and failing”
schools into academies
Restrict 11-year-olds who do not achieve “tough new standards” for literacy and numeracy at secondary school
Continue the £9,000 tuition fee system
Raise the 45p top rate on incomes over £150,000 a year to 50p
A new 10p starting rate
A mansion tax on homes worth more than £2m
Levy on tobacco firms to help fund the NHS
A pledge to “cut the deficit every year,” and to balance the books “as soon as possible,” at the latest by 2020
Raise £7 billion from clamping down on tax avoidance
Raise the 40p threshold of the higher rate tax to £50,000 by 2020
Raise the inheritance tax threshold to
£500,000 per person
Clear the deficit by 2018 by cutting £12 billion from welfare, £13 billion from government departments and raising £5 billion from tax avoidance
Reduce tax relief on pensions contributions for people earning more than £150,000 a year
Raise the income tax threshold to £12,500
No rise in VAT, national insurance or income tax
No referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union, unless further powers are transferred to Brussels
Appoint an international LGBT rights envoy and a global envoy for religious freedom
Push for an ambitious target in Paris to reach the goal of net zero global emissions in the second half of this century
Renew the Trident nuclear deterrent
Hold a referendum on membership of the European Union by 2017
Renew the Trident nuclear deterrent
Introduce a British bill of rights instead of the Human Rights Act
Maintain the size of the regular armed services and not reduce army personnel numbers below 82,000
Recruit 1,000 more immigration officers
Ban migrants from claiming benefits until they have lived in the UK for at least two years
Clamp down on exploitation of migrant workers
Reduce annual net migration to tens of thousands by cracking down on immigrants abusing the benefits system
Press for new EU rules barring migrants from receiving tax credits and child benefit until they have worked in Britain for four years
Tighten the student visa system and
require public sector workers dealing
with customers to speak English
Ed Miliband
David Cameron
Raise £2.5bn to recruit 8,000 more GPs, 20,000 more nurses and 3,000 more midwives
Increase the health budget by £8bn
above inflation by 2020
Leader of the Conservative Party
Leader of the Labour Party
Abolish the spare room subsidy, dubbed
the ‘bedroom tax’
Cap social security spending
Guaranteed paid job for all young people out of work for one year and for all those over 25 and out of work for two years
Introduce a higher rate of Jobseekers Allowance for those who have contributed over years
Scrap winter fuel payment for pensioners on the 40p higher tax rate
Lower the benefit cap on payments to one household from £26,000 to £23,000
a year “to reward work”
Raise the basic state pension by
at least 2.5 per cent each year
Replace the Jobseeker’s Allowance for 18-21 year-olds with a Youth Allowance time-limited to six months. They would no longer have an automatic right to Housing Benefit when they
leave their parents’ home.
Guarantee a GP
appointment within 48 hours
Guarantee cancer test
ready within a week by 2020
Provide seven days-a-week access to GPs by 2020
Guarantee a same-day
GP appointment for people over 75
incl. EU referendum
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