He who rejects change is the architect of decay. - Harold Wilson
Labour formed a Model House of Commons government in the face of savage cuts and a triple-dip recession. We've started the long road to recovery - and with your vote, we can reach the end of it.
Last election, you made us the largest party in the Commons, and we abolished pointless police commissioner elections, reformed the banking system to avoid more crashes, and created a more even platform between employers and employees. Here's what we aim to do this time:
Continue to focus on massive infrastructure profits designed to kickstart the economy and bring jobs to the whole country.
Create a new generation of better hospitals, safe from private hands.
Stop unpaid work-for-benefit schemes. Forced labour should never be labour.
Establish a tough new independent press regulator to reduce the excesses of the press.
Reintroduce an EMA system, to ensure that people who want to learn can - regardless of class.
Nationalise rail and bus links to provide an integrated outfit that serves both rural and urban communities.
Institute a pacifist foreign policy, which uses military action for defense and UN-sanctioned missions alone.
Equip schools to offer sciences and computing, to give the next generation the future.
The Labour Party is your party, so help us form this term's government so we can shape the future.
(Original post by JazzP)
why does GB say taxes are down when everyone who was on 10p rate will now be on the 20p rate? In what way have taxes been reduced?
Economics is not my strong point, being an eighteen year old with no training in the field. I'm going to leave this question on pending for one of our lot who knows better than I do. You're not being ignored. Also, please bear in mind that this thread is for discussion of the TSR Labour Party. Although I'm sure that we're more than willing to answer questions about them as well.