Speaking in Sale, Greater Manchester, David Cameron has rallied party supporters and activists ahead of the local elections and the AV Referendum on 5th May.
In his speech, David Cameron attacked Labour's legacy in the north of England and pledged to rebalance the economy and drive growth in the North West.
"I'm fed up of hearing the same old myth from Labour", he said. "The idea that somehow the Conservative Party isn't committed to the North West."
"Do you know one of the greatest scandals of the Labour years? For every ten jobs created by businesses in the south, just one job was created in the whole of the north and the midlands. That is Labour's legacy to the North West."
And he added:
"Let people know about the Regional Growth Fund that is going to help create new jobs, new investment, and new wealth in this area. Let people know about the Enterprise Zones including two here in the North West, one in Greater Manchester."
"And let people know about our plans for a new High Speed Rail, linking London and the West Midlands, Manchester and Leeds so we can help bridge the big divides in our country and make sure we all share in rising prosperity and growth."
You can read the full text of the Prime Minister's speech here.