Profit is not a 'dirty word', David Cameron to say
David Cameron will today position Britain as a “land of opportunity” and argue profit is not a "dirty word" as he launches an attack on Ed Miliband’s anti-business policies.
The Prime Minister’s keynote speech in Manchester will again place aspiration at the heart of the Conservative Party’s ambition to win an outright majority at the next general election.
Mr Cameron will stress that it is the private sector, not government, that creates jobs and wealth, and underline how a series of reforms on education, welfare and the economy will help Britain win the “global race”.
In a key section, he will say: "We know that profit, wealth creation, tax cuts, enterprise, these are not dirty, elitist words – they’re not the problem they really are the solution because it’s not government that creates jobs, it’s businesses."
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He will say the economy has turned a corner, but will make a plea for the Tories in full power – not a coalition – to “finish the job”.
Mr Cameron is expected to characterise Labour plans unveiled last week to freeze energy bills and increase corporation tax as harmful to Britain and a misplaced "quick fix".
But with being on the side of “hard-working people” a recurring theme of Conservative Party conference, Mr Cameron is expected to say the “great Conservative mission” is to build “a land of opportunity”.
He will add: “It makes no difference whether you live in the north or the south, whether you’re black or white, a man or woman, the school you went to, the background you have, who your parents were – what matters is the effort you put in. And if you put the effort in, you’ll have the chance to make it. That’s what the land of opportunity means.”
He will say: "We know that profit, wealth creation, tax cuts, enterprise these are not dirty, elitist words – they’re not the problem they really are the solution because it’s not government that creates jobs, it’s businesses."