Mid-Term Review - progress so far
Today the Coalition Government published its Mid-Term Review which takes stock of progress made in implementing the Coalition agreement which was signed in May 2010.
- On 12 May 2010, Prime Minister David Cameron and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg held their first joint press conference. The Prime Minister said the new administration will be united behind three key principles: freedom, fairness and responsibility.
In the first few days of the Coalition Government, Prime Minister David Cameron and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg set out a programme of policies for the next five years to “rebuild the economy, unlock social mobility, mend the political system and give people the power to call the shots over the decisions that affect their lives”.
You can read the Coalition Agreement here:
- Today, to mark the half-way point of the government, the Mid-Term Review has been published. The document reviews progress so far and explains a new set of reforms which include helping more people become home owners and assisting with the costs of long-term care.
- Nick Clegg and David Cameron gave a press conference at Downing St to talk about the Mid-Term Review.
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