Following criticism of the negative tone of the Conservative campaign early in the election battle, David Cameron was positive and upbeat as he delivered his party's manifesto pledges, praising the UK's "buccaneering" attitude.
He warned against Britain being "a debt-addicted, welfare-burdened, steadily-declining, once-great nation".
The next five years are about turning the good news in our economy into a good life for you and your family.
...This buccaneering, world-beating, can-do country - we can do it all over again."
The Tories claim they are the "party of the workers", while Miliband is now a paragon of fiscal responsibility - these are confusing times.
David Cameron speech launching the Conservative manifesto highlights the the extension of Right to Buy.
The Prime Minister announced that a Conservative government would grant 1.3m housing association tenants the right to buy their homes.