Tuesday, September 30 2008
David Cameron has promised that we will do everything possible to help the Government protect our financial security.
In an unscheduled speech to Conference, he stressed that we cannot allow the “political wrangling” that led to the bail-out bill being rejected in America to happen here.
And he pledged to put aside party differences aside to bring reassurance to people concerned about their savings, pensions and jobs:
"This is a moment when democracies are being tested - we need to show that they can deal with crisis and difficulties like this one."
David said three urgent measures were necessary:
He ended by stressing, "In Britain, we are all in this together. In Britain, let’s stick together, and together we’ll find a way through.”
Promoted by Alan Mabbutt on behalf of the Conservative Party, both at 30 Millbank, London, SW1P 4DP