Taking place immediately after the March Budget and just seven weeks before the May election, the Federation of Small Businesses’ 2015 conference invited speakers from each major political party to share their plans for UK firms.
Conservative Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne, Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg and Labour Leader Ed Miliband touched on a number of key challenges for SMEs, including business rates, apprenticeships and regional disparity.
Take a look at the selection of top Twitter comments from the event below to decide which party painted the most promising picture for small businesses:
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