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  • "Don't just hope for a better life. Vote for one."

    - Margaret Thatcher

  • "We are for the ladder. Let all try their best to climb."

    - Winston Churchill

  • "We will do everything we can to help anybody, whatever your background, to go as far as your talents will take you."

    - Theresa May

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Chrissie Boyle: Next time, Voters first please

It’s been four days since I woke up, for the first time ever, in a Labour seat.  In the (very) few hours since I fell asleep, Battersea had fallen to Labour candidate Marsha de Cova.  Given Jane Ellison’s majority of nearly 8,000 - she was not thought to be in trouble. How wrong we were. Continue reading

The Rt. Hon Theresa Villiers: Delivering a Strong Economy

My greatest goal in politics is a strong economy. Without that, it becomes almost impossible to deliver any other political goal. We need sound public finances and a strong economy to fund the NHS, schools and all the public services we value. I believe that this issue is central to the choice facing voters at this election. Continue reading

Matt Smith: Time to introduce identity document checks at polling stations

In his independent report Securing the ballot: review into electoral fraud, Sir Eric Pickles, the Government’s Anti-Corruption Champion, argues Britain’s historically trust-based voting system is no longer tenable when local populations are denser and transient. Identity document (ID) checks on individuals voting in person should be applied at polling stations to safeguard the integrity of the electoral system. The Government will introduce electoral integrity pilots at the local elections in May 2018.   Continue reading

Robert Kilgour: Let’s not repeat the mistakes of 2014 – Business needs to be shouting from the rooftops!

Like many of you I was disappointed at how Scottish businesses engaged in the referendum on Scottish independence in 2014. Too shy, too timid and incredibly risk-averse were some of the accusations thrown at our businesses and for me, it’s hard to disagree.   Continue reading

James Hamblin: We send £350m a week to the EU. Let’s spend it on our Armed Forces instead.

With the Prime Minister’s triggering of Article 50, Britain is now irrevocably on its way out of the EU. As we expand the horizon of our vision beyond the shores of Europe and out into the wider world, we need to have an honest assessment of our strengths and weaknesses as a country. A study by the organisation European Geostrategy rated the UK as Europe’s only global power. The report highlighted that the UK has “a wide international footprint and [military] means to reach most geopolitical theatres”. While this is undoubtedly good news, there are also significant concerns surrounding the current state of the Armed Forces that the government must take seriously.   Continue reading


Upcoming Events & Action Days



Campaign Day in Twickenham

On Saturday 23rd September, Twickenham Conservatives are holding an Action Day starting at 10am.

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We will be meeting at Fulwell station (from central London take the train directly from Waterloo).  There will be refreshments at 12.30 and the special guest will be Dominic Raab - Minister for Justice.

Please do join us to give Twickenham a real boost!

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CWF Campaign Evening in Barnet #2

Next Monday 25th September, CWF will be meeting in the car park at High Barnet station at 6.30pm.

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We had a fantastic team out last night and are hoping for the same showing - or bigger - next week too!  

We will be joined by two very special guests: The Rt Hon Theresa Villiers MP and CWF Chairman, Sir Gerald Howarth.

Don't forget - there is all to play for in Barnet between now and May 2018.

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CWF Midnight Reception at Party Conference 2017

Please join us at the CWF Midnight Reception at this years Conservative Party Conference on Sunday 1st October at Revolucion de Cuba. 

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We are commencing proceedings at 10pm and continuing past midnight to kick off Party Conference in style. Revolucion de Cuba is situated just outside the secure zone exit and promises a party full of Latin flavour. 

For just £20 a head, you will receive a delicious mojito on arrival, drinks and canapes. This year we will be making an exciting announcement on the night and be joined by an illustrious line-up of speakers including:

  • Sir Gerald Howarth, Chairman of Conservative Way Forward
  • The Rt. Hon Greg Hands MP
  • James Cleverly MP
  • Charlie Elphicke MP
  • Conor Burns MP

and more to be announced...

Please click below to book your tickets to join us for what promises to be a very special evening!

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CWF Campaign Evening in Croydon

  • Monday, October 09, 2017 at 06:30 PM
  • Junction of Cedar Road and Cherry Orchard Road
  • 3 people are going

On Monday 9th October, CWF are heading to Croydon for a campaign evening in the marginal ward of Addiscombe.

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We are meeting at the junction of Cedar Road and Cherry Orchard which is just 50 yards from East Croydon Station.

We will be fresh out of Party Conference and ready to renew the battle in London ahead of next years local elections. Croydon represents one of the most changeable boroughs in London - both in parliamentary and council seats.  In 2014, Croydon council was snatched from the Conservatives and the team on the ground are ready to take it back.

But we need your help.

Please sign up below to join us!

 

 

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