HC Deb 16 November 1982 vol 32 c102W
Q36. Mr. Teddy Taylor

asked the Prime Minister what are the major priorities of Her Majesty's Government in the remainder of the present Parliament.

The Prime Minister

As I said during the Debate on the Address on 3 November, we shall continue on the consistent course that the Government have followed since taking office: the restoration of honest money and sound finance; the control of public borrowing, lower interest rates and lower inflation; a realistic link between earnings and output; the creation of conditions in which Britain will become competitive again; the introduction of private capital into the public sector; freer and fairer world trade; replacing monopoly by competition; the extension of home ownership; an unrelenting war on crime; and a determination to strengthen our defences and to stand up for British interests throughout the world.

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