Conservative Party commit to Full Employment

On the 19th January, David Cameron called for Britain to become a nation of ‘full employment’ in a speech setting out Conservative jobs pledges.

Mr Cameron said full employment would mean that ‘anyone who wants a job is able to get a job in our country’.  Cameron set no timeframe for the pledge to be fulfilled.

The Conservative manifesto pledges on employment and enterprise was also outlined on Monday. The pledges include an increase of 75,000 in the number of start-up loans provided by the government in the next parliament. The loans provide about £5,000 to young entrepreneurs founding a business.

He also pledged that a Tory government would create three million new apprenticeships and cut taxes at a total cost of other £7 billion.

This entry was posted by Victoria on Mon, 19/01/2015 - 11:30