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Cameron: Britain 'On Right Track' For 2013


David Cameron insists Britain can look forward to next year with "optimism" in his New Year message.

 

 

英国首相卡梅伦发表新年视频讲话,表示英国正在朝正确的方向前进,理智乐观迎接2013年。在新的一年,卡梅伦政府要保证英国在全球竞争中取胜,并帮助英国人民获得成功。政府将继续推进福利制度改革,削减政府赤字,增加就业机会。



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Playing to win, David Cameron came off second best in this contest during his Christmas visit to British troops in Afghanistan. And his supporters will be hoping there will be no own goals for their Prime Minister or the coalition in the New Year.

On Britain's economic propect for 2013, Mr. Cameron's new year message was optimistic. On all the big issues that matter to Britain, we are heading in the right direction.

And he issued a robust defence on the government's controversial welfare reforms.

"When people say we are gonna stop our welfare reforms because somehow it's cruel to expect people to work, we are saying no. Getting people into good job is absolutely vital, not just for them, but for all of us."

But Mr. Cameron is facing a backlash against government's cuts for unlikely rebels. Shyer Touery who runs rural councils. We buy into the council tax fees. We buy into the need for savings. We buy in for the need for the shares. we are all doing this. But there are certain things and certain costs you can not get away from. It costs us almost twice as much to collect a rubbish bin in a rural area than it does in an urban area.

Labour claims Mr. Cameron's tough message are getting people off benefits into work, adds up to a tackle in the welfare state. "All those words were all right, but you can't build one nation as we think this country needs to do if what you are trying to do is destroying the foundations on which so many people depend. But the threat from you-keep whose supporters is now up to 15% according to a new pool will worry tourism more than labours attacks. But despite raising expectations among his MP is about a big speech due to make earlier in the new year. Redefining tour policy in the EU, there was nothing in Mr. Cameron's message about Europe, nor indeed about the other big issues that threatens to split the tourism in the New year. Gay marriage.

And there are concern to MP who questioned rather in 2013, Mr. Cameron will still his party in the right direction.
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Playing to win, David Cameron came off second best in this contest during his Christmas visit to British troops in Afghanistan. And his supporters will be hoping there will be no own goals for the Prime Minister or the coalition in the New Year.

On Britain's economic prospects for 2013, Mr. Cameron's new year message was optimistic. "On all the big issues that matter to Britain, we are heading in the right direction."

And he issued a robust defence on the government's controversial welfare reforms. "When people say we are gonna stop our welfare reforms because somehow it's cruel to expect people to work, we are saying no. Getting people into good job is absolutely vital, not just for them, but for all of us."

But Mr. Cameron is facing a backlash against government's cuts from unlikely rebels. XX who runs rural councils. "We buy into the council tax freeze. We buy into the need for savings. We buy in for the need for share of services. we are all doing this. But there are certain things and certain costs you can not get away from. It costs us almost twice as much to collect a rubbish bin in a rural area than it does in an urban area. "

Labour claims Mr. Cameron's tough message are getting people off benefits into work, as up to attack on the welfare state. "All those words were all right, but you can't build one nation as we think this country needs to do if what you are trying to do is destroying the foundations on which so many people depend."
But the threat from U-keep the support is now up to 15% according to a new poll will worry Tories more than labours’ attacks.
"But despite raising expectations among his MPs is about a big speech due to make earlier in the new year. Redefining Tory policy on the EU, there was nothing in Mr. Cameron's message about Europe, nor indeed about the other big issues that threaten to split the Tories in the New year. Gay marriage."

And there are conservative MPs who questioned whether in 2013 Mr. Cameron will steer his party in the right direction.
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Playing to win, David Cameron came off second best in this contest during his Christmas visit to British troops in Afghanistan. And his supporters will be hoping to be known on goals from the Prime Minister all the coalition in the New Year. For Britain's economic prospects for 2013, Mr. Cameron's New Year message was optimistic.

"On all the big issues that matter to Britain, we are heading in the right direction."

And he issued a robust defense of the government's controversial welfare reforms.

"When people say we've got to stop our welfare reforms because somehow it's cruel to expect people to work. We are saying 'no'. Getting people into good jobs is absolutely vital, not just for them, but for all of us."

But Mr. Cameron is facing a backlash against government cuts for unlikely rebels share Tories who run rural councils.

"We buy into the council tax rates, we buy into the need for savings, and we buy in for the need for share services. We are all doing this. But there are certain things and certain constitute cannot get away from. It costs almost twice as much to collect a rubbish bin in a rural area than it does in an urban area."

Labor claims Mr. Cameron's tough message on getting people off benefits into work adds up to a tackle on the welfare state.

"All those words were all right, but you can't build one nation as we think it's country needs to do, if what you are trying to do is destroy the foundations on which so many people depend."

But the threats from *, we support is now to 15% according to a new pool where worry Tories more than labor’s attacks.

"But despite rising expectations among its MPs about big speeches due to make earlier in the New Year re-defining Tory policy on the EU. There was nothing in Mr. Cameron's message about Europe, nor indeed about the other big issues that threaten split the Tories in the new year-gay marriage."

On the rock in served to MPs who question whether in 2013 Mr. Cameron will steal his party in the right direction.
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Playing to win, David Cameron came off second in this contest during his Christmas visit to British troops in Afghanistan. And his supporters will be hoping there will be no old goals from the Prime Minister or the coalition in the new year. From Britain's economic prospect for 2013, Mr. Cameron's New Year message was too optimistic. On all the big issues that matter to Britain we are heading in the right direction.
And he issued a robust defense of the government's controversial welfare reforms. When people say we've got to stop our welfare reforms, because, somehow, it's too cruel to expect people work. We're saying no. Getting people into good jobs is absolutely vital. Not just for them, but for all of us.


But Mr.Cameron is facing a backlash against government cuts from unlikely rebels. Shyer Touery, who runs rural councils,we buy into the council tax fees; we buy into the need for savings; we buy in for the need for share services. We're all doing this. But there are certain things and certain costs you can not get away from. It costs us almost twice as much to collect a rubbish bin in a rural area than it does in an urban area.  


Labour claims Mr.Cameron's tough message on getting off people benefits into work adds up to an attack on welfare state. All those words are all right, but you can't build one nation, as we think this country needs to do, if what you are trying to do is destroy the foundations on which so many people depend.


But the threat from U-Keep whose support is now up to 15 percent, according to a new poll will worry Tories more than Labours' attacks. But despite raising expectations among his MPs about the big speeches due to make earlier in the new year, redefining Tory policy on the EU, there was nothing in Mr.Cameron's message about Europe, nor indeed about the other big issue that threatens to split the Tories in the new year--gay marriage. And there are conservative MPs, who question whether in 2013 Mr.Cameron will steer his party in the right direction.

















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   Playing to win,David Cameron come off second best in this contest during his Christmas' visit to Britain troops in Afghanistan.And his supporters will be hoping there woll be no own goals from the Primer Minister or the coalition gevernment in the New Year.
  
  For Britain's ecnomic prospect for 2013,Mr Cameron's New Year message was up to optimistic.
  "On all the issues that matters to Britain,we are heading in the right direction."

  And he issued a roboust defend for the government controversy wellfare reforms.

  "when people say we will stop our wellfare reforms,because somehow it's creul to expect people to work.We are saying,no.Getting people into a good job is absolutely vital.Not just for them,but for all of us."

  But Mr Cameron is facing a backlash against government cuts from the unlikely rebels.Shyer Touery who runs rural councils.

  "We buy into the council tax free.We buy into the need for savings.We buy in for the need for the shares. we are all doing this. But there are certain things and certain costs can't get away from. It costs almot as twice to clash a rubbish bank from a rural area than it does in a urban area."

   Labour claims Mr cameron's tough message on cut off people's benefit so in to work,adds up to a tackle in the welfare state.

   "Although these words are all right.But you can not build a nation as we think this country need to do,if what you are trying to do is to destroy the foundations that so many pople depend."

    But the threat from you-keep whose supporters is now up to 15% according to a new pool will worry tourism more than labours attacks.But despite rasing expectation among his MPs about this big speech due to make out this New Year.Redefining tourism policy in the EU that was nothing in the Mr Cameron's message about Europe.Nor about other big issues threaten split of the tourism in the New Year--Gay marriage.
  
   And there are conservative MPs who questioned  whether in 2013 Mr. Cameron will steer his party in the right direction.

[Homework]2013-01-05 英国首相卡梅伦新年讲话

David Cameron came on second best in this contest during his christmas visit to british troops in Afghanistan. And his supporters will be hoping to know his own goals from the prime minister more than coolition in the new year.On britain's economic perspects 2013, Mr Cameron's new year messenage was optimistic.
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David Cameron came on second best in this contest during his christmas visit to british troops in Afghanistan. And his supporters will be hoping to know his own goals from the prime minister more than coolition in the new year.On britain's economic perspects 2013, Mr Cameron's new year messenage was optimistic.
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Playing to win. David Cameron came out best second in this contest during his Christmas visit to British troop in Afghanistan. And his supporters will be hoping there’ll be no own goals for prime minister or the coalition in the New Year.
On British’s economic prospect for 2013, Mr. Cameron’s new year message was optimistic. All the big issues that matter to Britain will head in the right direction. And he issued a robust defense of government controversial welfare reforms. When people say we’re got to stop our welfare reforms, because somehow it's cruel to expect people to work. We are saying no. Getting people into good jobs is absolutely vital, not just for them but for all of us.
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playing to win

David Cameron came off second best in this contest during his Christmas visit to British troops in Afganistan.And his supporters will be hoping there will be no-own goals for the PM or coalition in the new year.
On Britain's economic prospect for 2013, Mr Cameron's new year message was optimistic. Of all the big issues that matter the Britain, we are heading in the right direction. And he issued robust defense for the government contravertial welfare reform.
when people say we got to stop our welfare system, because somehow it is cruel to expect people to work. I say no. getting people into good jobs is absolutely vital, not just for them, but for all of us.
But Mr. Cameron is facing a backlash against government cut from unlikely rebbles, xxxx, who runs rural councils.
We buy in to the council's tax rate.
We buy in to the need for savings.
We buy in to the need for the shares for services, we are all doing this.
But there are certain things, and certain costumes can not get away from.
it cost us almost twice as much to collect a rubbish bin in the rural area than it does in the urban area.
labour claim that Mr. Cameron's tough message of getting people off benefit into work adds up to an attack to welfare state.
all those words are all right, but you can't build one nation as we think this country needs to do if what you're trying to do is destroying  the foundation on which so many people depend.
but the threat from ukap, with support is now 15% according to a new poll, will worry tourists more than labor's attack.  
but despite the raising expectations among its MPs about the big speeches due to make earlier in the new year, redefining tourist policy on the EU, there was nothing in Mr. Cameron's message about Europe, nor indeed about the other big issues that threats the split of tourist in the new year, the gay marriage.
and in our concern, the MP who question whether in 2013 Mr. Cameron will steer his party in the right direction.
Playing to win, David Cameron came off second best in this contest during his Christmas visit to British troops in Afghanistan. And his supporters will be hoping there will be no own goals for their Prime Minister or the coalition in the New Year.

On Britain's economic prospmect for 2013, Mr. Cameron's new year message was optimistic. On all the big issues that matter to Britain, we are heading in the right direction.

And he issued a robust defence on the government's controversial welfare reforms.

"When people say we are gonna stop our welfare reforms because somehow it's cruel to expect people to work, we are saying no. Getting people into good job is absolutely vital, not just for them, but for all of us."

But Mr. Cameron is facing a backlash against government's cuts for unlikely rebels. Shyer Touery who runs rural councils. We buy into the council tax fees. We buy into the need for savings. We buy in for the need for the share services. we are all doing this. But there are certain things and certain costs you can not get away from. It costs us almost twice as much to collect a rubbish bin in a rural area than it does in an urban area.

Labour claims Mr. Cameron's tough message are getting people off benefits into work, adds up to a tackle in the welfare state. "All those words were all right, but you can't build one nation as we think this country needs to do if what you are trying to do is destroying the foundations on which so many people depend. But the threat from you-keep whose supporters is now up to 15% according to a new pool will worry tourism more than labors attacks. But despite raising expectations among his MP is about a big speech due to make earlier in the new year. Redefining tour policy in the EU, there was nothing in Mr. Cameron's message about Europe, nor indeed about the other big issues that threatens to split the tourism in the New year. Gay marriage.

And there are concern to MP who questioned rather in 2013, Mr. Cameron will steer his party in the right direction.
playing to win

David Cameron came off second best in this contest during his Christmas visit to British troops in Afganistan.And his supporters will be hoping there will be no-own goals for the PM or the coalitions in the new year.
On Britain's economic prospect for 2013, Mr Cameron's new year message was optimistic. Of all the big issues that matter the Britain, we are heading in the right direction. And he issued robust defense for the government contravertial welfare reforms.
when people say we’ve got to stop our welfare system, because somehow it is cruel to expect people to work. We are saying no. Getting people into good jobs is absolutely vital, not just for them, but for all of us.
But Mr. Cameron is facing a backlash against government cuts from unlikely rebbles, xxxx, tories, who runs rural councils.
We buy in to the council's tax rate.
We buy in to the need for savings.
We buy in for the need for the shares for services, we are all doing this.
But there are certain things, and certain costumes can not get away from.
it cost us almost twice as much to collect a rubbish bin in the rural area than it does in the urban area.
labour claims that Mr. Cameron's tough message of getting people off benefit into work adds up to an attack to welfare state.
all those words are all right, but you can't build one nation as we think this country needs to do if what you're trying to do is destroying the foundations on which so many people depend.
but the threat from ukap, with support is now to 15% according to a new poll, will worry tourists more than labor's attacks.  
but despite the raising expectations among its MPs about the big speeches due to make earlier in the new year, redefining tory policy on the EU, there was nothing in Mr. Cameron's message about Europe, nor indeed about the other big issues that threats the split of tories in the new year, gay marriage.
and in our concern, the MPs who question whether in 2013,  Mr. Cameron will steer his party in the right direction.
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[Homework]2013-01-05 英国首相卡梅伦新年讲话

Dave Chamelon came on sond best in this contest during his Chrismas visit to British troops in Afganistan. And his supporters will be the no on goals to their prime minister or the coallision in the new year. On Britain's economic prospect  for 2013, Mr Chamelon's new year message was optimistic.All the big issues that mattered Britan were heading in the right direction. and he issued the robust defence on Britain's contraversial wellfare reforms.when people say we got to stop the wellfare reforms,because somehow is cruel to expect some people to work. we are saying 'no'.getting people into good job is absolutely vital, not just for them, but for all of us.But Mr.Chamelon is facing a back-callash in government cuts from likely rebels.Shaly tolly who run rural councils we buy into the council text frees ,we buy into the native for savings, we buy in for the nate share services we were all during in this,but there are certain things and certain costs that you cannot get away from it. It costs almost twices much to collect a rubbish bin in the rural areasthan in the rural area as it does in the urban area .Laber clain explian Mr Chameron's tough message on getting off people's benefit into work and accept to attack the wellfare state,all those words were all right.but you cannot build one nation as we think this country needs to do, if what you to do is destroying the foundations on which seventy people depend. but the threat from the Ucape were  supported is now to fifty percent according to the new poll.but worritroys while the more than labor . about  is big earlier in the new year redefending defending new policy on the EU was nothing came in Mr. Chamelon's message, nor the other message that threten to split the Britain in the new year gain marriage  Mr Chamelon will steer his party in the right direction.
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[Homework]2013-01-05 英国首相卡梅伦新年讲话

Claim to win. David Cameron came on second best in this contest during his Christmas visit to British troops in Afganistan. And his supporters will be hoping there will be no own goals for the prime minster or the coalition in the new year. On Britain's economic prospect for 2013 Mr. Cameron's new year message was optimistic.
On all the big issues that matter to Britain, we are heading in the right direction.  And he issued a robustic defence for the government's controversial welfare reforms.
When people say we've got to stop our welfare reforms,  because it somehow is cruel to expect people to work. We are saying no. Getting people into good jobs is absolutely vital, not just for them, but for all of us.
But Mr. Cameron is facing a backlash against governmnent cuts from unlikely rebels S, Tories who run Councils.  
We buy in to the council tax raise. We buy in to the need for savings. We buy in to the need for shared services. We are all doing this. But there are certain things and certain costume can not get away from. It costs us almost twice as much to collect a rubbish bin in the rural area than it does in an urban area.
Labour claims Mr. Cameron's tough message on getting people off benefits into work as up to an attack on the welfare state.
All those words are all right. But you can't build one nation as we think this country needs to do. If what you are trying to do is to destroy the foundations on which so many people depend.
But the threat from UKip, whose support is now up to 15% according to a new poll will worry Tories more than Labour's attacks. But despite raising expectations among his MPs about a big speech due to make earlier this new year, redefining Tory policy on the EU, there was nothing in Mr. Cameron's message about Europe nor indeed about the other big issue that threaten to split the Tories in the new year, gay marriage
And there are conservative MPs who question whether in 2013 Mr. Cameron will steer his party in the right direction.

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Playing to win, David Cameron came off second in this contest during his Christmas visit to British troops in Afghanistan. And his supporters will be hoping there will be no old goals from the Prime Minister or the coalition in the new year. From Britain's economic prospect for 2013, Mr. Cameron's New Year message was too optimistic. On all the big issues that matter to Britain we are heading in the right direction.
And he issued a robust defense of the government's controversial welfare reforms. When people say we've got to stop our welfare reforms, because, somehow, it's too cruel to expect people work. We're saying no. Getting people into good jobs is absolutely vital. Not just for them, but for all of us.


But Mr.Cameron is facing a backlash against government cuts from unlikely rebels. Shyer Touery, who runs rural councils,we buy into the council tax fees; we buy into the need for savings; we buy in for the need for share services. We're all doing this. But there are certain things and certain costs you can not get away from. It costs us almost twice as much to collect a rubbish bin in a rural area than it does in an urban area.  


Labour claims Mr.Cameron's tough message on getting off people benefits into work adds up to an attack on welfare state. All those words are all right, but you can't build one nation, as we think this country needs to do, if what you are trying to do is destroy the foundations on which so many people depend.


But the threat from U-Keep whose support is now up to 15 percent, according to a new poll will worry Tories more than Labours' attacks. But despite raising expectations among his MPs about the big speeches due to make earlier in the new year, redefining Tory policy on the EU, there was nothing in Mr.Cameron's message about Europe, nor indeed about the other big issue that threatens to split the Tories in the new year--gay marriage. And there are conservative MPs, who question whether in 2013 Mr.Cameron will steer his party in the right direction.
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