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New analysis shows that over the past five years, the SNP and Ed Miliband have voted the same way in Parliament a staggering 
91.5% of the time.

Together, they've opposed the important action we've taken to get Britain living within its means, cut income tax for hardworking families and cap benefits to reward work.

Just imagine what they'd do together in the next five years.

With Labour facing wipeout in Scotland, Ed Miliband's only way into power is a deal with the SNP - would wreck all the progress Britain has made, taking us back to square one with more borrowing, unlimited benefits and higher taxes.

The only way to stop this coalition of chaos - with a weak Ed Miliband as Prime Minister, propped up by the SNP  - is to vote Conservative on 7 May.

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A "joke". That’s how Ed Balls has dismissed the note the last Labour government left that said "there is no money".

Labour have learned nothing from when they were last in power – when they wrecked the economy, racked up our biggest deficit in peacetime history, and left 2.5 million people unemployed.

And if Labour win the election, they’ll do it again – with more borrowing, more debt and more taxes – leaving working people to pay the price.

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This election is about the type of country we want to be.

We can keep going forward with the Conservatives, and build a country where those who work hard and do the right thing can enjoy a good life.

Or we can go back to square one with Labour, who would put our economy and our future at risk with their plans for more borrowing, more debt and more taxes.

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That’s the verdict of Zoopla, the property experts.

With Right to Buy, Help to Buy and 200,000 Starter Homes, the Conservatives are helping first-time buyers achieve their dream of owning their own home.

But Labour would put that all at risk – as the experts now say.

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When they left power, Labour left a note. It read: "there is no money".

Five years on, notes of a different kind are turning people's lives around. Job offers. Lower tax bills. Apprenticeship offers. Mortgage approval letters. Confirmation of school places.

These notes are the result of a plan that's about giving you security at every stage of your life.

So never forget the note that Labour left - and how far Britain has come.

Today this is our note to the British people: let's keep going - to build a brighter, more secure future for you, your family and our country.

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The next Conservative Government will double the free hours of childcare provided for working parents of 3 and 4-year-olds, from 15 hours to 30 hours a week during term time.

For families with young children, childcare is not one issue – it is THE issue. This policy is designed to help them in the choices they make. It will be available to all families where all parents work – even those who work part time and will be additional to existing entitlements, including Tax Free Childcare and Universal Credit.

With a Conservative Government, you will get 30 hours of free childcare a week, equivalent to £5,000 a year, so we can proudly say to every young family in Britain – it’s the Conservatives who are on your side.

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The next Conservative Government will pass a new law to guarantee a Tax-Free Minimum Wage.

Labour burdened hardworking people with too much tax, and Britain’s lowest paid workers were amongst the hardest hit by Labour’s Great Recession. In contrast, we can proudly say that the modern, compassionate Conservative Party is the party of working people; for millions of workers not just the party of low tax – the party of no tax.

As the Prime Minister said in his party conference speech last year: ‘with us, if you work 30 hours a week on minimum wage, you will pay no income tax at all. Nothing. Zero. Zilch’.

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To make sure more people can enjoy the security of home ownership, a Conservative Government will extend the Right to Buy to up to 1.3 million tenants of housing associations in England and create a billion pound Brownfield Regeneration Fund to unlock 400,000 new homes on brownfield land.

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1. Labour have left the door open to hit every working family with over £3,000 of tax rises

Nowhere in their manifesto do Labour rule out altering the thresholds for National Insurance and the 40p rate of income tax.

Nor do they rule out above inflation increases in fuel duty – which Labour hit motorists with several times when they were last in power.

It’s clear that Labour would hit hardworking families with more taxes all over again.

2. Labour would borrow more

The Institute for Fiscal Studies, the independent think tank, have confirmed that Labour could increase borrowing by £30 billion (Daily Politics, 13 Apr 2015).

When Labour were last in power, their borrowing wrecked the economy. This manifesto is a blueprint to do it all over again.

3. Labour have paved the way for a deal with the SNP – which would mean chaos for Britain

In this manifesto, common ground between the two parties is as great as ever.

On pages 17 and 18, Labour open up agreement with the SNP on higher spending and lower tax thresholds.

And on page 78, Labour only commit to a ‘minimum’ nuclear capability – moving closer to the SNP’s position of scrapping Trident and putting our national security at risk.

For all Labour’s words, theirs is a manifesto for more taxes, higher borrowing – and the SNP holding the purse strings.

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Ed Miliband helped run up the biggest deficit in our peacetime history, refuses to admit Labour spent too much, forgot the deficit in his conference speech and now his manifesto confirms it: he wants to borrow more.

We've come a long way since Labour's Great Recession - but Ed Miliband and the same old Labour Party would put it all at risk.

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