It is difficult to promise anything specific, because if other parties who might be in coalition are not prepared to support a policy such as scrapping tuition fees, it is simply not going to happen. Although I am not an ideologically driven MP, I remain totally opposed to tuition fees. I went to University for free, and I am not about to vote for future generations to pay.
The key themes from our manifesto front page are the following:
-Prosperity for all: Balance the budget fairly and invest to build a high skill, low carbon economy -Fair taxes: Cut your taxes by an additional £400 by raising the tax-free allowance to £12,500 -Opportunity for every child: Guarantee education funding from nursery to 19 and qualified teachers in every class -Quality health care for all: Invest £8bn to improve our NHS and guarantee equal care for mental health -Our environment protected: Protect nature and fight climate change with five green laws
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