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12 Point Plan for Brexit

Just 11 days after you vote, the EU will start the Brexit negotiations with Britain. So whoever is Prime Minister must be up to the job and ready to start.
Getting those negotiations right is central to everything and only Theresa May has the plan and the ability to deliver.

Plan for Brexit

Theresa May's plan for Brexit will return control to Britain and allow us to stand tall in the world again.
Getting the Brexit negotiations right is central to everything – our economy, our finances, our position in the world.

Plan for a Stronger Britain

With your support, Theresa May can get the best Brexit deal – and deliver the Conservative plan for a stronger Britain.
More jobs, protections for workers, more funding for schools and a strong economy for a strong NHS.

This man could be PM

Everyone needs to see this video showing Jeremy Corbyn’s true views – so please watch and share it right now.

8 reasons

8 great reasons to vote Conservative - from getting the best Brexit deal to more housing and more funding for schools and health.

Just 11 days

The EU wants to start Brexit negotiations on June 19th – just 11 days after the General Election.
So your vote will decide who negotiates for Britain: Theresa May or Jeremy Corbyn. Back Theresa May and her Conservative team to get the best Brexit deal for your family.

Standing with Theresa May

SHARE to show your friends you’re standing with Theresa May for strong and stable leadership in the national interest.

Labour tax hikes

OFFICIAL: Respected economic think tank the IFS says Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour would raise taxes to the highest ever peacetime level. And ordinary working families will pay the price.
SHARE to let friends know that Corbyn is too big a risk.

The right Brexit deal

Getting the right Brexit deal for Britain: Jeremy Corbyn can’t negotiate. Tim Farron won’t negotiate. Only Theresa May will get the best deal for the UK.
SHARE to show you support strong, stable leadership in the national interest.

11 Days

The EU want Brexit negotiations to start on 19th June – 11 days after the election.
Your vote will decide who negotiates for Britain: Theresa May or Jeremy Corbyn. A vote for anyone other than the Conservatives risks Corbyn in charge of Brexit.