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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

Charlie Elphicke MP: The grammar system works

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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

Upcoming Events & Action Days

GE 2017: CWF Campaign Day in Hampstead and Kilburn

  • Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 01:00 PM
  • West End Green, West End Lane, West Hampstead

This Saturday 29th April, CWF are off to fight for the Conservatives in one of the most marginal Labour held seats in London: Hampstead and Kilburn.


Last Saturday CWF took to the streets of Twickenham to rattle Vince Cable which we did successfully with over 75 people present - let's BEAT that number this Saturday and get Labour on the run.

The area's left-wing MP, Tulip Siddiq, nominated Jeremy Corbyn for the party leadership and says she has “no regrets” about it. Well, our job is to make sure she does regret it when Hampstead & Kilburn has a brilliant new Conservative MP on 9th June!

We’re meeting at West End Green, West End Lane, West Hampstead, NW6 1LJ at 1pm for a quick sandwich lunch before heading out. Afterwards, we will be heading to a local pub for some well-deserved FREE DRINKS on CWF.

West Hampstead could not be easier to get to from across London – it’s in Zone 2 on the Jubilee line, Overground, and Thameslink.

The point of contact for the day is champion local councillor Oliver Cooper – if you need help, contact him on 07929 466890 or oliver@oliver-cooper.com.

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