Timetable For Action
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The ''Timetable For Action'' is a policy document by the U.K. Conservative Party, in which leader Michael Howard spells out some key actions he would take if elected Prime Minister, within the first hour, day, week, and month of a Conservative government.
==Timing and rationale==
The document was released during the Conservative Party's annual party conference in October 2004, widely speculated to be the last before a rumoured general election in May 2005. Key to Howard's address to the conference were the issues of accountability and trust; the ''Timetable'' was intended to give the voters a sort of checklist, so they could tell if a (hypothetical) Conservative government was keeping its promises.
At roughly the same time, opinion polls suggested that only 12% of the British people believed Howard would win the next election. () Most predicted that the ruling Labour Party under Tony Blair would prevail.
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