I intend to cut government spending, strengthen relations with European Union by avoiding a national referendum on EU membership, and also cut taxes on businesses (Stone par. 3, par. 11). The issues are thorny, and the current regime is reluctant to make any changes. The main losers are the middle and low-income families. All the objects aim at increasing the welfare of the country and its citizens.
I cannot accomplish my goals without public mandate since the United Kingdom is a strong democracy. Thus, I will seek the votes in the elections on a Labor Party ticket. I consider leadership as a call to serve and not to satisfy personal ambitions. To win an election, I require a majority in parliament in order to pass crucial bills. Currently, the party has 256 members in the house. The numbers imply that the public has confidence in my policies. The UK populace is sensitive to poor governance; thus, the failures of the current government may propel me to the position of the Prime Minister in the next