This year’s European election is the most important in a generation. For the first time since the Eurozone crisis, the British people get to have their say on our country’s relationship with the EU.
Since becoming Prime Minister, I’ve taken action to stand up for Britain:
- Securing a cut in the EU budget to save British taxpayers hundreds of millions of pounds
- Vetoing a new EU treaty that would have given more power to Brussels and would have been bad for British businesses and taxpayers
- Refusing to spend British taxes bailing out the euro
But I believe the EU needs fundamental change so it works for Britain.
I will negotiate a better deal for Britain – and when I’ve finished, I’ll give the British people a say on whether we should remain in the EU with an in-out referendum before the end of 2017.
Labour and the Liberal Democrats oppose this plan and want to deny the British people a say – while UKIP simply can’t deliver.
Only the Conservatives can deliver real change in Europe, and this election is a hugely important step to securing it.
Even if you decide to vote in person, you can still take your postal vote to your polling station and put it in the ballot box.