Boris Johnson promised to increase expenses on medicine and not to raise the VAT

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In case of a victory at parliamentary elections Conservative Party (UK) promises to increase expenses on health care and not to raise the VAT and an income tax, is spoken in the pre-election manifesto of party. Elections are appointed to December 12. Except increase almost on a quarter of expenses on National health system (NHS), in the manifesto presented today the party Boris Johnson promises to provide also new workplaces for 20 thousand police officers, to pay attention to environmental issues, to increase investments in education and transport. Boris Johnson the manifesto already...

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Boris Johnson (Boris Johnson)
Last position: Prime minister (Government of Great Britain)
Geremy Bernard Corbyn
Last position: Leader of parliamentary opposition of Great Britain
Elizabeth II (Elizabeth II)
Last position: Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
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Conservative Party (UK)
Political ideology:Conservatism, British unionizm, economic liberalism, Euroscepticism.
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