Prime Minister David Cameron has urged Britons to vote for "competence" over "chaos" in 2015 as he used his New Year's message as a pre-election appeal.
Delivering his address from a factory floor, Mr Cameron said his administration's long-term plan was working and said his political rivals offered "the chaos of giving it up, going backwards and taking huge risks".
The Conservative leader said the nation's "resolution" should be to "stick to the plan and stay on course to prosperity" in a clear appeal for people to support his party at the ballot box.
2015 "can promise to be a great year for our country if we make the right choices together", he added.
Mr Cameron's message came after Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg and Labour leader Ed Miliband issued their election-themed New Year's messages.
In a prelude to his party's campaign, Mr Cameron described a positive impact on British workers and home-owners since he entered Downing Street, along with improvements in the standard of education.
He said two million new private sector jobs had been created since 2010, 24 million workers had been given tax cuts, and tens of thousands people had become home-owners as a result of the Help To Buy scheme.
"None of this happened out of thin air," Mr Cameron said. "It's because we put in place a long-term plan with some clear values at its heart."
The Prime Minister said the world is "looking at Britain in a new way" because the Coalition government's "long-term plan is working" and "our country is being turned around".
The Prime Minister's full New Year's message is as follows: