Here are the key points of the Conservative Party's 130-page election manifesto, Invitation to join the Government of Britain.
* Safeguard Britain's credit rating with a credible plan to eliminate the bulk of the structural deficit over a Parliament set out in an emergency Budget within 50 days of taking office.
* Create the conditions for higher exports, business investment and savings, while cutting youth unemployment.
* Raise productivity growth in the public sector.
* Reform the regulation and structure of the banking system.
* Reduce greenhouse gas emissions and increase the UK's share of global markets for low carbon technologies.
* Cut a net £6 billion of waste in departmental spending in 2010-11.
* Freeze public sector pay for one year in 2011.
* Cut ministers' pay by 5%, followed by a five-year freeze.
* Reduce the number of MPs by 10% and cap public sector pensions above £50,000.
* Reverse Labour's planned National Insurance hike for anyone earning under £35,000 next year.
* Create a single Work Programme for everyone who is unemployed.
* Boost small businesses with automatic rate relief.
* Cut the headline rate of corporation tax to 25p and the small companies' rate to 20p.
* Set an annual limit on the number of non-EU economic migrants admitted into the UK.
* Block plans for second runways at Stansted and Gatwick, while starting work on new high speed rail network.
* Freeze council tax for two years and scrap plans for a revaluation.
* Re-link the basic state pension to earnings and protect the winter fuel payment.
* Give every patient the power to choose any healthcare provider which meets NHS standards within NHS prices.
* Stop the "forced" closure of accident and emergency wards, and commission a 24/7 urgent care service in every area of England.
* Raise standards in schools by enhancing the status of teachers and allowing state schools the freedom to offer same high quality international exams that private schools offer.
* Give parents the power to save local schools threatened by closure.
* Crack down on drink and drug-fuelled violence.
* Cut police paperwork to get more officers on the beat.
* Give voters the right to kick out MPs found guilty of serious wrongdoing.
* Publish more data so the public can hold government to account.
* Permanently raise the stamp duty threshold to £250,000 for first-time buyers.
* Scrap ID cards, cut back surveillance powers and "intrusive" powers of entry into people's homes.
* Give Parliament a vote on repeal of the Hunting Act.
* Create a new National Security Adviser and develop a National Security Strategy.
* Double the operational allowance for Armed Forces serving abroad.
* Introduce a referendum "lock" ensuring a vote on the transfer of any more powers to the EU.Reuse content