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Conservative 2024 election manifesto: What it says on NHS, cost of living, tax and immigration

The Conservative Party has unveiled its general election manifesto, with plans for personal tax cuts, proposals to rewrite international migration rules, and a bolstered pensions triple lock at the heart of its offer. The Tories have also promised to increase NHS spending and recruit tens of thousands more doctors and nurses , but cut the number of managers in the organisation to pre-pandemic levels.

The 80-page document also includes a commitment to boost child benefits and off working parents 30 hours of free childcare a week. However, the party has also pledged to reform the benefits system with a forecast that 424,000 fewer people would receive them as a result.

Unveiling the manifesto today (June 11), Rishi Sunak also said his party would aim to 'halve' migration by setting caps on how many people can come into the country. The Prime Minister also said he still plans to remove illegal migrants to Rwanada if re-elected.

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It comes as the big political parties publish their general manifestos this week. The Lib Dems launched their manifesto on Monday (June 10), with the Greens set to reveal their policies on Wednesday (June 12), followed by Labour's launch on Thursday (June 13).

Nigel Farage's Reform UK will release its 'contract with the people' in full on June 17. George Galloway's Workers Party of Britain has already published its manifesto.

Here are some of the main headlines from the Conservative manifesto.

The Conservatives have promised to increase NHS spending above inflation every year, recruiting 92,000 more nurses and 28,000 more doctors. The manifesto also says the party would drive up productivity and move care closer to people's home.

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