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Matt Smith: Conservatives are working for a global Wales with a future as a great exporting nation

The Conservative Spring Forum and Annual Welsh Conference in Cardiff this weekend gives cause to reflect on how Conservative policies are supporting the successes of working people and enterprises across Wales. Continue reading

Keith Prince AM: Binding Pendulum Arbitration, or how the Government should save Sadiq Khan from himself

Sadiq Khan has a problem. Now I know what you’re thinking: you could easily list a dozen problems from which the current Mayor suffers. Even if I told you that I was thinking of a promise that he’s broken, you would struggle to narrow it down. So let me get to the point.  Sadiq Khan promised that should he become Mayor, Londoners would suffer “zero strikes” and he has failed so spectacularly that he is on track to have the worst strikes record of any Mayor of London. Continue reading

Calvin Robinson: Let's put British values back into British schools

I recently had the honour of visiting a fantastic new Free School in North West London. A school very different to the majority of inner-city state schools today, a school that has rejected the postmodern approach to education, in favour of a more traditional education based on the teacher-lead passing down of knowledge. Upon entering this school, which shall remain nameless for reasons that will become clear, my colleagues on the local council and I could clearly hear children practising the National Anthem, something that I cannot say I’ve ever encountered in my many visits to schools throughout the capital. Continue reading

Eric Humer: The Conservative Way Forward - Reigniting the special relationship

The recent visit from Prime Minister May to the White House was nothing less than monumental. President Trump, like him or not, has extended his hand to the Prime Minister and the United Kingdom alike. This, as the Prime Minister knows, was a golden opportunity to solidify her commitment to exiting the single market. By reigniting the special relationship that dwindled during the previous administration the pair are counting on each other to stimulate their economies, and in doing so, to further their legitimacy. Continue reading

Sam Scott: A small step to a simpler relationship between individuals and their government

Generally I think there is a wish to make life simpler. This can easily be seen in the events of the past year, which can be viewed as wish call for a more straightforward relationship between individuals and their rulers. In this piece I don’t offer any novel or clever ideas but hopefully you will see some common sense. Continue reading

Upcoming Events & Action Days

Spring Forum Campaigning in Cardiff Central - Sunday Morning

As usual with Conservative Way Forward, one campaign session is never enough, so we will be going back out in Cyncoed for more campaigning on Sunday morning! We will then head to the pub for Sunday Lunch with FREE drinks.

We will be meeting at at 10:30am on Sunday morning at the Discovery Inn, Celyn Ave, Cardiff CF23 6FH.

Cyncoed is one of our key Cardiff Council target wards, currently represented by the Liberal Democrats. 

The Lib Dems recently lost Cardiff Central, both in the National Assembly and in the Westminster Parliament. The local team has been working hard to dislodge the Lib Dems, and are in with a strong chance of winning in May.


Spring Forum Campaigning in Newport

As usual with Conservative Way Forward, one campaign session is never enough! After a couple of campaigning sessions in Cyncoed, Conservative Way Forward will be heading to Newport for an afternoon of campaigning, followed by FREE drinks in a local pub.

We will be meeting at 2:30pm in the lower car park of Newport Civic Centre (on Faulkner Road) - just 3 minutes walk from the train station.


West Midlands Mayoral Election Campaign Day in Solihull

We had a fantastic afternoon camapigning for our brilliant candidate for the upcoming West Midlands Mayoral election, Andy Street, in Coventry last month. In fact, we enjoyed it so much that we will be returning to help again on March 25th!

Make sure you sign up to join us to secure victory in this vital mayoral election. 


We will be providing subsidised transport to Solihull from central London for just £5 p/p, and there will be plenty of food provided throughout the day as well as FREE drinks in a local pub after campaigning.

We will be leaving central London at 9am and will return at 10pm.

If you are joining us in Solihull, we will be meeting at 11am.


CWF Campaign Day in Dover for Charlie Elphicke MP

Join Conservative Way Forward in Dover on Saturday April 8th for a full day of campaigning followed by FREE drinks! 


The Conservatives currently hold the Dover West and Dover North seats on Kent County Council, but we need to take back control of the Dover Town seats from Labour on May 5th - and give the Tories a clean sweep across the whole town!

We will meet at 11am for a couple of hours of campaigning, followed by a FREE lunch. There will be a further campainging session in the afternoon, followed by FREE drinks!

There are a very small number of subsidised train tickets available from London for just £10, as well as a number of free train tickets from Canterbury. Please book ASAP to secure your ticket!

If you are coming from London we will be meeting at 9am at St Pancras station and will be returning at 9pm. If you are coming from Canterbury we will be meeting at 10am and returning at 830pm.