David Cameron’s top achievements since becoming PM #thankyoudave




  • The economy has been turned around with the deficit as a share of GDP cut by nearly two thirds;
  • There are 2.5 million more people in work with the security of a pay packet;
  • There are over 1.4 million more children in good or outstanding schools;
  • We have introduced the new National Living Wage – giving people over 25 on low wages a pay rise – and we have lifted 4 million people, and rising, out of income tax altogether;
  • Almost 2.9 million new apprenticeships have been created;
  • We now have a welfare system that rewards hard work, with a cap so no family can earn more out of work, than the average family earns in work.
  • We have protected the living standards of our elderly by delivering the triple lock on the basic state pension;
  • Our corporate tax system will be the most attractive in the G20 by 2020, bringing jobs and investment into this country;
  • The NHS has been protected in real terms;
  • Crime is down by over a quarter;
  • We are building a bigger and stronger society including through the National Citizen Service;
  • We have introduced same-sex marriage;
  • Infrastructure: we have the biggest road investment since the 1970s and the biggest rail investment since Victorian times;
  • Over 700,000 new homes have been delivered since 2010;
  • We delivered the 2012 London Olympics;
  • We are keeping our promises to the poorest people in the world, and protecting our security, by maintaining our commitment to aid spending;
  • Britain is stronger in the world again – we are meeting the NATO two per cent target for defence spending with new aircraft carriers, world-class equipment for our armed forces, and the military covenant enshrined in law.

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