Labour did not do a very good job with its 13 years in power, apparently...
On gaining power
"I come with good news and bad news. The good news is we're in government... the bad news is we're in government after 13 years of an administration that brought our country to the brink of bankruptcy."
"We will not allow money to flow out of banks in huge bonuses if money is not also flowing out in credit to small businesses who did nothing to cause this crash but suffered most in it."
On his relationship with Business Secretary Vince Cable
"People said we wouldn't get on, that we'd knife each other in the back, try to end each other's careers - who do they think we are, brothers?"
On Labour's economic record
"The failure to fix the roof when the sun was shining left this country defenceless when the storm came."
"Every Labour government runs out of money and brings this country to the brink of bankruptcy ... When it comes to the next election, we will say to the British people: "Don't give the keys back to the people who crashed the car."
"Labour's farewell letter said it all: ‘I'm afraid there is no money left.' Only Labour would have put someone called Byrne in charge of the public finances."
On the deficit
"And we have £109bn of it. It's like with a credit card. The longer you leave it, the worse it gets. You pay more interest. You pay interest on the interest. You pay interest on the interest on the interest. And we are already pay £120m of interest every single day."
Read full text of the speech here
To promote 'long-term investment'
Switching 'hard and expensive'
Smaller funds still packing a punch
To drive progress