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James Hockney: Time for new rail strike laws to curb the unions

The ongoing strikes on the London underground tube and on the Southern Rail routes are inflicting misery on millions of commuters. As one of those millions of commuters I have seen first hand the frustration and inconvenience to normal hard working people –  just simply trying to get to their place of employment. Continue reading

Chris Rowell: Nobody should be complacent about Copeland

The resignation of Jamie Reed was perhaps the final political shock of 2016. The resultant by-election has already caused a frenzy of excitement in the Conservative Party, from activists all the way up to the Cabinet. Continue reading

Gareth Bacon AM: ‘Press-release Mayor’ Sadiq Khan has failed to deliver on strikes

Throughout the Mayoral election campaign and since taking office, Sadiq Khan has made numerous pledges and promises that have failed to materialise. Continue reading

Edward Webster: The Canary in the Coal Mine

The swivel-eyed loons took back control in 2016. Meanwhile, Theresa May said in her New Year's Eve address that she "wanted to bring unity back to the country". Millions of pounds will now be spent on management consultants, think tanks and focus groups to try and figure out exactly how this blindsided the establishment. But a new poll suggests that one group knew all along: the hunting community. Continue reading

Joe Porter: 2016 was a rollercoaster year. What will 2017 bring?

2016 was a non-stop roller-coaster ride in politics and I have personally loved most of it! We voted to leave the European Union in June. Theresa May is our second female Prime Minister. Jeremy Corbyn survived a second leadership election. Donald Trump is going to become the next US President this month. We have had several by-elections since last summer. On a personal level, I was liberated and felt ready to come out as gay in October just after the Conservative Party conference. It has also been great to meet so many inspiring people across the country and have the opportunity to hear lots of passionate voices. And now one has to wonder what 2017 will bring for our wonderful country and the rest of the world. Continue reading

Upcoming Events & Action Days

Copeland By-Election Campaign Day

Join us in Copeland on Saturday the 21st of January for an afternoon of campaigning, followed by FREE drinks and a delicious FREE hot and cold buffet in the local Conservative Club. All activists will also get a free Conservative Way Forward Campaign Team t-shirt.

We are providing subsidised transport from York, Leeds, Manchester, Preston, and Lancaster for just £5 p/p, which will include a packed lunch.


Make sure you buy your ticket for transport to secure your place on the coach.

There is also an option to travel from London for just £25: meeting at 11pm on Friday 20th at Victoria Coach Station and returning at 630am on Sunday 22nd.


York: 7am
Leeds: 8am
Manchester: 915am
Preston: 1015am
Lancaster: 11am

Arrive at Copeland at 1pm 

Campaigning until 5pm 

Dinner and drinks 5pm-7pm

Depart Copeland at 7pm 

Lancaster: 9pm
Preston: 945pm
Manchester: 1045pm
Leeds: 12am
York: 1am

Copeland By-Election Campaign Day

Conservative Way Forward will be returning to Copeland to campaign for this key by-election. Join us for a full day (or weekend if you are extra keen!) of campaigning followed by FREE drinks in the local Conservative Club.

We have secured a discount on hotel rooms in Whitehaven for Friday and Saturday evening: please click here if you would like to book a room. 

With the Labour Party in disarray and Corbyn's policies threatening our country's economic security, Copeland represents a real chance for the Conservatives to win a key Cumbrian seat OFF the Labour Party.
23,528 people in Copeland voted for Brexit - 62% of the constituency - and our Prime Minister has set out her positive vision for what that will mean. It is vital that we win this by-election to strengthen our majority in Parliament, and to prove that Brexit really does mean Brexit.

How your Council serves you and how to become a Councillor

Councillor Joel Davidson will be leading an information evening on how your Council serves you and how to become a councillor, sponsored by Conservative Way Forward.
This event will take place at the Parish Hall at 180 Walm Lane, Willesden Green, NW2 3AX on Thursday 9th February.

West Midlands Mayoral Election Campaign Day

Join Conservative Way Forward for an afternoon of campaigning in Coventry for Andy Street, the Conservative candidate for the West Midlands Mayoral election. 

We will be providing subsidised transport to Coventry from London and Oxford for just £5 p/p, and will be providing FREE drinks in a local pub after campaigning.