13:48 12 December 2013
Speaking to the Spectator Magazine, Prime Minister David Cameron revealed that he keeps a “little black book” of policies that were blocked by the Liberal Democrats.
Cameron added that should the Conservatives win the next general election, the blocked policies will be implemented outright.
The Prime Minister believes that a Tory-only government will deliver more radical action on welfare form, Europe, the Human Rights Act, and support for enterprise.
He said: "Increasingly, today, I feel very strongly and see very clearly the case for more accountable, more decisive and active government.
"I think we could go further on welfare reform, to sharpen work incentives and get more people out of poverty.
"I can see clearly now what needs to be done in terms of our relationship with Europe, when it comes to building a pro-enterprise economy how we go further and faster on backing entrepreneurship, cutting business taxes, getting our economy moving."
Meanwhile, deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has said in his speech to the Liberal Democrat conference last September that he had blocked Conservative policy proposals, which include those that allow bosses to fire at will, issues on inheritance tax, cuts to profit-making state school and other proposals.
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