The Conservative party has received an endorsement from 5,000 SMEs across the country, who want David Cameron’s party to get the chance to finish what it started.
The letter, published in The Telegraph, praises the government for:
Their steps to lower taxes, reduce red tape, simplify employment law and get the banks lending.
The letter says that the coalition made efforts to keep the UK open for business. A Labour government would risk undoing “all the good work of the last five years”.
The 5,000 SMEs who signed up employ a total of about 100,000 people. There are, at least, 5.2 million such businesses in the UK.
The text also praises the coalition’s efforts to “get the economy moving again by tackling the deficit, helping to keep interest rates low and inflation down”.
It states: “We’ve been helped by their steps to lower taxes, reduce red tape, simplify employment law and get the banks lending.”