Getting on with the job and making Brexit work is the most important task the Government faces today.
Our future prosperity, our place in the world, and our standard of living all depend on getting the next five years right.
This is why our Plan for a Stronger Britain will establish us as the strongest and safest country in Europe; it will lock in our growing economy so we can secure well-paid jobs; it will provide real opportunity for all, delivering more affordable homes and a good school place for every child; and it will make life in the United Kingdom even better.
But our opponents are already seeking to disrupt our chances of getting the best deal possible. That is why Theresa May took the decision to call a general election – so that we have the strong and stable leadership we need to see us through Brexit and beyond.
The choice at the election is clear. Strong and stable leadership with Theresa May in the national interest, where what you see is what you get. Or a hung Parliament and coalition of chaos under Jeremy Corbyn - which every single one of us will pay for it in higher taxes, fewer jobs, more waste and more debt. This will harm working families and that is too big a risk to take.
Some people say Jeremy Corbyn as Prime Minister is not going to happen, but in the days of shock election results and global uncertainty, no one can ever really be sure who will win.
Just remember the polls got the general election wrong in 2015, they got the EU referendum wrong, and as Jeremy Corbyn has himself said he was a 200-1 chance for the Labour leadership and look how that went.
So at every election, whether local, regional, or national, every single vote for Theresa May’s team of local Conservative candidates is a vote for strong and stable leadership in the national interest.
It is a vote to strengthen Britain’s negotiating position to ensure we get the best Brexit deal possible, and it is a vote to strengthen our economy.
Theresa May will get the best Brexit deal for working families.
So on May 4th, and June 8th, vote Conservative and together let’s get on with the job of making life better for all of us.