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Spending Review and Autumn Statement 2015

The Spending Review and Autumn Statement has been set out to Parliament – here’s a summary of what was announced. 1. £4 trillion of spending has been allocated by the government over the next five years The Spending Review sets out how £4 trillion of government money will be allocated over the next five years, […]

November 25th, 2015  |  Published in National


The Conservative Party Manifesto 2015

The next Conservative Government will secure a better future for you, your family and Britain. Over the last five years, we have put our country back on the right track. Five years ago, Britain was on the brink. As the outgoing Labour Treasury Minister put it with brutal candour, ‘there is no money’ Since then, […]

April 14th, 2015  |  Published in Campaign, National, Press release


UK Budget 2015 – Growth and fairness

The strengthening economy and positive steps to full employment are welcome signs of progress, but the continuing structural deficit shows that the job is far from done. The UK is not immune from the problems being experienced in Europe and other parts of the global economy. Abandoning the government’s long-term economic plan and the path […]

March 19th, 2015  |  Published in National, Press release


Delivering more with less

Only the Conservatives can provide good financial management. Everything we do is costed and planned carefully. If we borrow, it is against our known income. We keep some money in reserve, for those unexpected events. In 2015/16 the council has budgeted to spend £83.2m. The main areas of spend are: Learning disability support £13.4m Older […]

March 5th, 2015  |  Published in Local council


Bracknell Forest Community Report 2014

  Dear Resident, In 2011 local Conservatives presented residents with a manifesto. In it we promised we would improve residents’ quality of life and maintain and enhance our local communities. We all know the tight times we have been through, and still face. I felt it is important before all the election hype next year […]

December 5th, 2014  |  Published in Local council


Autumn Statement 2014

This Autumn Statement shows our long term economic plan is working: the deficit is falling, employment is rising, the economy is growing. But only by working through the plan can we stay on course to prosperity – and deliver more security for hardworking families. In the Autumn Statement, we set out more commitments to back […]

December 4th, 2014  |  Published in National, Press release


Conservatives win Newark by-election 2014

The Conservative Party candidate Robert Jenrick won the Newark by-election, retaining the seat with a majority of more than 7,403. Newark by-election: result in full Robert Jenrick (Con) 17,431 (45.03%, -8.82%) Roger Helmer (UKIP) 10,028 (25.91%, +22.09%) Michael Payne (Lab) 6,842 (17.68%, -4.65%) Paul Baggaley (Ind) 1,891 (4.89%) David Kirwan (Green) 1,057 (2.73%) David Watts […]

June 6th, 2014  |  Published in Campaign, National


The Queen’s Speech 2014

At this year’s State Opening of Parliament at the Palace of Westminster, the government placed heavy emphasis on new efforts to help business, ease the squeeze on families, boost private pensions and crackdown on criminal gangs and people traffickers. Below is a summary of what the Queen announced on Wednesday the 4th of June 2014. […]

June 5th, 2014  |  Published in National


THREE BIG REASONS YOU NEED TO VOTE CONSERVATIVE ON 22ND MAY

The European and local elections on 22nd May are vitally important to our country’s future. Here are three big reasons why you need to vote Conservative. Vote Conservative if you want a team in Europe that gets the best deal for Britain – and then an in-out referendum in 2017. David Cameron, backed by a […]

May 4th, 2014  |  Published in Campaign, National