Can the Tories deliver 'real change'?
The Conservatives will fight the general election under the slogan "vote for change". Can they deliver on their promise?
In a speech at his party's spring conference, leader David Cameron said he has "got what it takes to turn this country around". The Conservatives have outlined six key election campaigning areas: dealing with the deficit; boosting enterprise; shoring up families; backing the NHS; raising standards in schools; and cleaning up politics.
But, after one opinion poll suggested the Conservatives' lead had narrowed to two points, Mr Cameron acknowledged his party faced a "real fight". Labour said voters would find the speech "wanting" for substance.
Did you watch David Cameron's speech? Can his party deliver real change? What do you think of their election slogan?
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