A devastating admission by the Labour leader Ed Miliband. RT if you won't let him do it again. pic.twitter.com/MiEQKVwmJY
— Peter Thompson (@TheRedRag) April 13, 2015
Chuka Umunna admits Britain's total national debt will still be growing under Labour #bbcdp
— Gareth Baines (@GABaines) April 13, 2015
What Ed Miliband won't say about his Mansion Tax: UK ** already ** has world's highest property taxes. pic.twitter.com/AbcgKIf2sK
— Fraser Nelson (@FraserNelson) April 13, 2015
Labour bankrupted Britain & they’d do it again. You can only have strong public services with a strong economy. #VoteConservative
— Priti Patel (@patel4witham) April 13, 2015
No commitment of 4 nuclear subs eh? Already started your coalition negotiations with the SNP, Ed?
— Boris Johnson (@BorisJohnson) April 13, 2015
Ed Miliband refuses to say spending and borrowing was too high. Labour have learnt nothing. We can't risk it again. #GE2015
— Carrie Symonds (@carrieapples) April 13, 2015
Labour won't balance the books. As the IFS puts it, "…literally we would not know what we were voting for if we were to vote for Labour."
— David Cameron (@David_Cameron) April 13, 2015
Probably not what Labour wanted to be looking at on the day they launched their manifesto. pic.twitter.com/FeJ4POfibg
— Nigel Fletcher (@nigelfletcher) April 13, 2015
Keeping our country safe should be any gvnmnt's no.1 priority. Shame Labour don't agree, Trident isn't even mentioned in their manifesto
— Karen Bradley (@karen__bradley) April 13, 2015
IFS: Labour won’t say when it hopes to get rid of the deficit on current spending, we don’t really know what their plans would involve.
— Guido Fawkes (@GuidoFawkes) April 13, 2015