It was almost a century and a half ago in the Free Trade Hall of Manchester that great conservative Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli set out our priorities for the constitution and condition of the people. In that speech, he set out the essence of conservative principles – and the essence of that was our party's concern for people's health.
Indeed, it was the conservative health minister, Sir Henry Willink, who first advocated the establishment of a free, universal national health service four years before it was officially established in 1948 by Aneurin Bevan, who took all credit. It is the conservative party that is the real party of national health care.
How appropriate, then, when the Tories arrive in Manchester, that great engine of advancement in the Victorian era that, once again in the 21st century, is transformed into one of Great Britain's great powers, that the conservative government takes up its typical leadership in the field of health policy.
It was the conservative health minister, Sir Henry Willink, who first advocated the establishment of a free, universal national health service four years before it was officially established in 1948 by Aneurin Bevan, who took all credit. It is the conservative party that is the real party of national health care
Today we are announcing a £ 600 million fund for life sciences for further scientific discoveries and life-saving therapies. We are also launching groundbreaking mental health sites with another 1,000 employees in the mental health community of the NHS community. We also fund dozens of new, much-needed hospital upgrades.
Health is clearly fundamental to everyone – the health of our families, our friends, our neighbors and of course our own. It is only a conservative government that can guarantee the record level of spending in the NHS, with Boris Johnson injecting more than £ 400 million a week of additional funding into the NHS to ensure that people can all receive the health care they need when they need it and free at the time of use.
However, we must first deliver Brexit. This is a government that is determined to get Brexit to work. Once the Brexit is complete, the locks are thrown open for an exciting, fresh stream of new policy to flush through the Parliament, revive tired parliamentarians and a restless nation.
Parliament will no longer look shocked by confusion, indecision and uncertainty. It will no longer be seen that this large institution is uncomfortably at odds with the will of the nation.
Instead, Parliament is waiting for a golden age. For the first time in nearly 50 years, Parliament will be able to discuss, discuss and decide all our laws. We no longer have to bow to the whims of Commissioners in Brussels. Judges in Luxembourg will no longer hear us that laws created by Parliament in this country must be removed from our statute books at the insistence of well-fed Eurocrats, who are free from the tiring obligation of democratic accountability and control. The vote for Brexit was a vote to bring the legal authority on laws back to the UK from Brussels. The power to improve living standards, quality of healthcare and education, reduce crime, stimulate jobs, provide more housing and ensure a better future for our children – all of this is now in the hands of MPs chosen by the people to serve the people, not non-elected officials who feather their own nest in Brussels.
This is a government that is determined to get Brexit to work. Once the Brexit is complete, the locks are thrown open for an exciting new flow of new policy to flush through the Parliament, revitalize and revitalize weary parliamentarians and a restless nation
Future generations will look back on this era with astonishment that it would have tormented the nation to give a simple mandate.
The debate about Brexit throughout the country, both in public and private, has become increasingly grim *. Just like "grumpish," however, "Brexit" will soon be a little remembered word, interesting to antique dealers **. Parents will explain its meaning to children who will not understand in their viridity *** confused that we were never an independent nation.
These children will be the beneficiaries of a renewed, renewed conservative government that has the power and power to improve their lives. This government that has been in office, while the nation has created 3.7 million jobs, lifted employment to a high level and has grown the economy by almost a fifth since 2010. It will create more jobs in exciting new areas – life sciences, genetics and robotics. This is a land of innovators and inventors – from the steam train to the jet engine, the telephone to the light bulb, antibiotics to the world wide web. Under a conservative government, the zeal for free trade and free markets will ensure that the UK remains in its rightful place at the forefront of scientific breakthroughs.
There is, however, a serious threat to all this in the person of Jeremy Corbyn. Undoubtedly, the left-most leader the PvdA has ever seen, a man who would drag this country back to the darkest days of the failed socialist project, seized assets from all those who were not in favor, driven away talent and innovators from our nation in large numbers, while having fun with dictators and rogue states around the world.
A MAN whose only Brexit policy is not to have a policy that simply wants to create more confusion and delay – at the cost of a billion pounds every month – as Sir Keir Starmer and Jo Swinson, together with the EU, plan how they can cancel Brexit altogether.
A man who has spent the last two years demanding a general election to run twice now. A man claiming to fight racism while allowing the Labor Party to turn into a hotbed of despicable and virulent anti-Semitism for which it is being investigated by the Equalities and Human Rights Commission. The only other party investigated by the EHRC was the GNP.
Only the conservatives can prevent this swinging Bolshevik from bumping into the country with its contemporary Marxism and hatred for everything that has made our country great. Only the conservatives trust the people. The Conservatives know that sovereignty comes from the people. They voted for the Brexit and politicians had to perform. Decisions about our country will again be taken in our country by people who put the priorities of the British people first.
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