David Cameron set the tone of his Tory party's election campaign with an attack on Labor leader Ed Miliband and his "hopeless sneering socialists" alongside a pledge to deliver a seven-day-a-week National Health Service.
Speaking to activists in Manchester at his party's spring forum Saturday, Cameron attacked Miliband; Labor's home-affairs spokeswoman, Yvette Cooper; and her Treasury counterpart, Ed Balls. He also promised to offer daily access to specialist doctors in state-funded health care if the Conservatives win the May 7 vote. "Frankly, I don't think Ed Miliband has it," he said. "Some might say 'don't make this personal,' but when it comes to who's prime minister, the personal is national."