Conservative manifestos 2010 and 2015
A Coggle Diagram about 2010 manifesto (Cancer drug fund to give more access to medication for rare cancers and more clinical trials encouraged , Voluntary NCS to build citizenship skills, Reform climate change levy, Education, rehab and mentoring to help young offenders 'go straight', Tougher stance on shops and bars selling alcohol to underage people, Limit number of non-EU economic migrants coming into UK, Patients able to choose any healthcare service that meets NHS standards, create Work Programme to reduce welfare dependency , Public health funding directed to poorest areas with worst health records, Failing schools visited more and good schools visited less, Provide 10,000 university places this year, Flexible parental leave, Create 20,000 apprenticeships and Big Society is the aim) and 2015 manifesto (Extend the "deport first, appeal later" principle to cover all immigration appeals and judicial reviews, apart from asylum cases, Create 3 million new apprenticeships, Replacing Jobseeker's Allowance for 18-21 year-olds with a Youth Allowance time-limited to six months. After that, they will have to take an apprenticeship or traineeship or do community work to claim benefits, Increasing the minimum wage to £6.70 by the autumn and to £8 by the end of the decade, Giving working parents of three and four-year-olds 30 hours of free childcare a week, Negotiating new EU rules so people will have to be earning in the UK for four years before they can claim tax credits and child benefits
Introducing a four-year residency requirement for social housing for EU migrants
Ending the ability of EU jobseekers to claim any job-seeking benefits
Requiring EU jobseekers who have not found a job within six months to leave, Create 2 million more jobs to achieve full employment, Insist new EU member states' citizens do not have free movement rights "until their economies have converged much more closely with existing member states"
Cap the level of skilled migration from outside the EU at 20,700 , Investing £7bn over the course of the next Parliament to provide "good school places", Keep major museums and galleries free to enter , Introduce English votes for English laws
Give English MPs a veto over matters only affecting England and Scrap Human Rights act for British bill of rights)