David Cameron is seeking to show a clear difference between his party and the opposition parties and is moving to reduce the levels of benefits.
He has done it once before and it was remarkably successful….now he is set to reduce the benefits cap even further.
David Cameron will reduce the annual benefits cap to ÂŁ23,000 as the first act of a new Conservative Government, the Prime Minister has pledged in an interview with The Telegraph.
The move follows the “stampede to the job centre” caused by the original introduction of the ÂŁ26,000 benefits cap which was heavily opposed by Labour and will form one of the key battlegrounds of the general election campaign.
In an interview to mark 100 days until the general election, Mr Cameron said that his reform of the welfare system is a â€śdeeply progressive programmeâ€ť that is â€śchanging peopleâ€™s livesâ€ť.
The policy will pay for thee million apprenticeships and everyone in Britain is given â€śthe chance to make the most of their God-given talentsâ€ť, the Prime Minister said.
Mr Cameron said that the promise of an immediate law after Mayâ€™s election â€śtells you everything you need to know about our valuesâ€ť. Â Read more »