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2. 30 Top Keywords and (rank)
2.1 government (100)
2.1.1 FOREWORD By David Cameron and Nick Clegg This is an historic document in British politics: the first time in over half a century two parties have come together to put forward a programme for partnership government.
2.1.2 We share a conviction that the days of big government are over; that centralisation and top-down control have proved a failure.
2.1.3 In short, it is our ambition to distribute power and opportunity to people rather than hoarding authority within government.
2.1.4 We are agreed that the first duty of government is to safeguard our national security and support our troops in Afghanistan and elsewhere - and we will fulfil that duty.
2.1.5 The Government believes that the current system of financial regulation is fundamentally flawed and needs to be replaced with a framework that promotes responsible and sustainable banking, where regulators have greater powers to curb unsustainable lending practices and we take action to promote more competition in the banking sector.
2.2 programme (44)
2.2.1 FOREWORD By David Cameron and Nick Clegg This is an historic document in British politics: the first time in over half a century two parties have come together to put forward a programme for partnership government.
2.3 power (37)
2.3.1 We believe that the time has come to disperse power more widely in Britain today; to recognise that we will only make progress if we help people to come together to make life better.
2.3.2 In short, it is our ambition to distribute power and opportunity to people rather than hoarding authority within government.
2.3.3 We have a shared ambition to clean up Westminster and a determination to oversee a radical redistribution of power away from Westminster and Whitehall to councils, communities and homes across the nation.
2.3.4 We will provide more protection against aggressive bailiffs and unreasonable charging orders, ensure that courts have the power to insist that repossession is always a last resort, and ban orders for sale on unsecured debts of less than £25,000.
2.4 responsibility (20)
2.4.1 For example, when you take Conservative plans to strengthen families and encourage social responsibility, and add to them the Liberal Democrat passion for protecting our civil liberties and stopping the relentless incursion of the state into the lives of individuals, you create a Big Society matched by big citizens.
2.5 control (15)
2.5.1 We share a conviction that the days of big government are over; that centralisation and top-down control have proved a failure.
2.5.2 For example, in the NHS, take Conservative thinking on markets, choice and competition and add to it the Liberal Democrat belief in advancing democracy at a much more local level, and you have a united vision for the NHS that is truly radical: GPs with authority over commissioning; patients with much more control; elections for your local NHS health board.
2.5.3 We need police forces that have greater freedom from Ministerial control and are better able to deal with the crime and anti-social behaviour that blights people’s lives, but which are much more accountable to the public they serve.
2.6 support (14)
2.6.1 We are agreed that the first duty of government is to safeguard our national security and support our troops in Afghanistan and elsewhere - and we will fulfil that duty.
2.7 Britain (11)
2.7.1 We believe that the time has come to disperse power more widely in Britain today; to recognise that we will only make progress if we help people to come together to make life better.
2.7.2 We believe that Britain should be able to deport foreign nationals who threaten our security to countries where there are verifiable guarantees that they will not be tortured.
2.8 British (11)
2.8.1 FOREWORD By David Cameron and Nick Clegg This is an historic document in British politics: the first time in over half a century two parties have come together to put forward a programme for partnership government.
2.9 nationals (10)
2.9.1 We believe that Britain should be able to deport foreign nationals who threaten our security to countries where there are verifiable guarantees that they will not be tortured.
2.10 recognise (10)
2.10.1 We believe that the time has come to disperse power more widely in Britain today; to recognise that we will only make progress if we help people to come together to make life better.
2.11 society (9)
2.11.1 For example, when you take Conservative plans to strengthen families and encourage social responsibility, and add to them the Liberal Democrat passion for protecting our civil liberties and stopping the relentless incursion of the state into the lives of individuals, you create a Big Society matched by big citizens.
2.12 authority (9)
2.12.1 In short, it is our ambition to distribute power and opportunity to people rather than hoarding authority within government.
2.12.2 For example, in the NHS, take Conservative thinking on markets, choice and competition and add to it the Liberal Democrat belief in advancing democracy at a much more local level, and you have a united vision for the NHS that is truly radical: GPs with authority over commissioning; patients with much more control; elections for your local NHS health board.
2.13 parties (9)
2.13.1 FOREWORD By David Cameron and Nick Clegg This is an historic document in British politics: the first time in over half a century two parties have come together to put forward a programme for partnership government.
2.14 review (8)
2.14.1 We will review IR 35, as part of a wholesale review of all small business taxation, and seek to replace it with simpler measures that prevent tax avoidance but do not place undue administrative burdens or uncertainty on the self-employed, or restrict labour market flexibility.
2.14.2 We will review the effectiveness of the raising of the stamp duty threshold for first-time buyers.
2.15 coalition (8)
2.15.1 We are also agreed that the most urgent task facing this coalition is to tackle our record debts, because without sound finances, none of our ambitions will be deliverable.
2.16 reform (8)
2.16.1 This document shows how, with radical plans to reform our broken banking system and new incentives for green growth.
2.17 partnership (6)
2.17.1 FOREWORD By David Cameron and Nick Clegg This is an historic document in British politics: the first time in over half a century two parties have come together to put forward a programme for partnership government.
2.18 Parliament (5)
2.18.1 We will publish and present to Parliament a simple and consolidated national planning framework covering all forms of development and setting out national economic, environmental and social priorities.
2.19 NHS (5)
2.19.1 For example, in the NHS, take Conservative thinking on markets, choice and competition and add to it the Liberal Democrat belief in advancing democracy at a much more local level, and you have a united vision for the NHS that is truly radical: GPs with authority over commissioning; patients with much more control; elections for your local NHS health board.
2.20 public sector (5)
2.20.1 We will introduce arrangements that will protect those on low incomes from the effect of public sector pay constraint and other spending constraints.
2.21 national security (4)
2.21.1 We are agreed that the first duty of government is to safeguard our national security and support our troops in Afghanistan and elsewhere - and we will fulfil that duty.
2.22 commission (4)
2.22.1 We will take steps to reduce systemic risk in the banking system and will establish an independent commission to investigate the complex issue of separating retail and investment banking in a sustainable way; while recognising that this will take time to get right, the commission will be given an initial time frame of one year to report.
2.23 communities (4)
2.23.1 We have a shared ambition to clean up Westminster and a determination to oversee a radical redistribution of power away from Westminster and Whitehall to councils, communities and homes across the nation.
2.24 competition (3)
2.24.1 For example, in the NHS, take Conservative thinking on markets, choice and competition and add to it the Liberal Democrat belief in advancing democracy at a much more local level, and you have a united vision for the NHS that is truly radical: GPs with authority over commissioning; patients with much more control; elections for your local NHS health board.
2.24.2 The Government believes that the current system of financial regulation is fundamentally flawed and needs to be replaced with a framework that promotes responsible and sustainable banking, where regulators have greater powers to curb unsustainable lending practices and we take action to promote more competition in the banking sector.
2.25 regulation (3)
2.25.1 The Government believes that the current system of financial regulation is fundamentally flawed and needs to be replaced with a framework that promotes responsible and sustainable banking, where regulators have greater powers to curb unsustainable lending practices and we take action to promote more competition in the banking sector.
2.26 effectiveness (3)
2.26.1 We will review the effectiveness of the raising of the stamp duty threshold for first-time buyers.
2.27 civil liberties (3)
2.27.1 For example, when you take Conservative plans to strengthen families and encourage social responsibility, and add to them the Liberal Democrat passion for protecting our civil liberties and stopping the relentless incursion of the state into the lives of individuals, you create a Big Society matched by big citizens.
2.28 police forces (3)
2.28.1 We need police forces that have greater freedom from Ministerial control and are better able to deal with the crime and anti-social behaviour that blights people’s lives, but which are much more accountable to the public they serve.
2.29 protection (2)
2.29.1 We will provide more protection against aggressive bailiffs and unreasonable charging orders, ensure that courts have the power to insist that repossession is always a last resort, and ban orders for sale on unsecured debts of less than £25,000.
2.30 Liberal Democrat (2)
2.30.1 For example, when you take Conservative plans to strengthen families and encourage social responsibility, and add to them the Liberal Democrat passion for protecting our civil liberties and stopping the relentless incursion of the state into the lives of individuals, you create a Big Society matched by big citizens.
2.30.2 For example, in the NHS, take Conservative thinking on markets, choice and competition and add to it the Liberal Democrat belief in advancing democracy at a much more local level, and you have a united vision for the NHS that is truly radical: GPs with authority over commissioning; patients with much more control; elections for your local NHS health board.

3. Summary
3.1 FOREWORD By David Cameron and Nick Clegg This is an historic document in British politics: the first time in over half a century two parties have come together to put forward a programme for partnership government.
3.2 We share a conviction that the days of big government are over; that centralisation and top-down control have proved a failure.
3.3 We believe that the time has come to disperse power more widely in Britain today; to recognise that we will only make progress if we help people to come together to make life better.
3.4 In short, it is our ambition to distribute power and opportunity to people rather than hoarding authority within government.
3.5 We are agreed that the first duty of government is to safeguard our national security and support our troops in Afghanistan and elsewhere – and we will fulfil that duty.
3.6 We are also agreed that the most urgent task facing this coalition is to tackle our record debts, because without sound finances, none of our ambitions will be deliverable.
3.7 This document shows how, with radical plans to reform our broken banking system and new incentives for green growth.
3.8 We have a shared ambition to clean up Westminster and a determination to oversee a radical redistribution of power away from Westminster and Whitehall to councils, communities and homes across the nation.
3.9 For example, when you take Conservative plans to strengthen families and encourage social responsibility, and add to them the Liberal Democrat passion for protecting our civil liberties and stopping the relentless incursion of the state into the lives of individuals, you create a Big Society matched by big citizens.
3.10 For example, in the NHS, take Conservative thinking on markets, choice and competition and add to it the Liberal Democrat belief in advancing democracy at a much more local level, and you have a united vision for the NHS that is truly radical: GPs with authority over commissioning; patients with much more control; elections for your local NHS health board.
3.11 The Government believes that the current system of financial regulation is fundamentally flawed and needs to be replaced with a framework that promotes responsible and sustainable banking, where regulators have greater powers to curb unsustainable lending practices and we take action to promote more competition in the banking sector.
3.12 We will take steps to reduce systemic risk in the banking system and will establish an independent commission to investigate the complex issue of separating retail and investment banking in a sustainable way; while recognising that this will take time to get right, the commission will be given an initial time frame of one year to report.
3.13 We will review IR 35, as part of a wholesale review of all small business taxation, and seek to replace it with simpler measures that prevent tax avoidance but do not place undue administrative burdens or uncertainty on the self-employed, or restrict labour market flexibility.
3.14 We will publish and present to Parliament a simple and consolidated national planning framework covering all forms of development and setting out national economic, environmental and social priorities.
3.15 We will provide more protection against aggressive bailiffs and unreasonable charging orders, ensure that courts have the power to insist that repossession is always a last resort, and ban orders for sale on unsecured debts of less than £25,000.
3.16 We will review the effectiveness of the raising of the stamp duty threshold for first-time buyers.
3.17 We need police forces that have greater freedom from Ministerial control and are better able to deal with the crime and anti-social behaviour that blights people’s lives, but which are much more accountable to the public they serve.
3.18 We will introduce arrangements that will protect those on low incomes from the effect of public sector pay constraint and other spending constraints.
3.19 We believe that Britain should be able to deport foreign nationals who threaten our security to countries where there are verifiable guarantees that they will not be tortured.

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