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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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Edmund Marriage: What we should all be hoping to achieve for Agriculture and the Environment

From inception the EU was forecast to fail by the most knowledgeable economists primarily because one currency for trading partners creates opportunities for some and serious losses for others. Currencies require market adjustments to reflect the economic health of individual countries, the most basic law of international economics. Continue reading

Seyyed Ali: What Britons Can Learn from the Victorian Marryat on Deciding upon Brexit

Captain Marryat has always been considered as the most prominent writer of naval fiction. His works not only represent his experience on HMS Imprieuse, HMS Victorious, and other important ships and frigates but also reveals his passion for the Conservative party. The Children of the New Forest clearly reveals his lifelong Tory tendency. In that work, he indirectly demands his readers that they should not repeat the same old mistakes of the past. Captain Marryat was a Conservative, but was not afraid of candidly criticising any side, including his own. Continue reading

Sir Gerald Howarth MP: Join us to campaign for Brexit

Conservative Way Forward will be campaigning for Britain to leave the European Union because we want to: return control to our Parliament, answerable to the British people, not European bureaucrats; regain control of our borders to stem the flow of EU immigration; and, save the taxpayer £350 million per week which the UK currently pays to Brussels. Continue reading

Gareth Bacon AM: Barnet’s election farce disenfranchised voters

Last week’s election farce in Barnet has cost the council’s CEO his job and could very well have affected the overall list result for the London Assembly. But most importantly of all, the administrative disaster, which resulted in thousands of voters being turned away from polling stations, prevented the general public from having their say in these vital elections. Continue reading

Ben Brittain: Hamas aren’t our friends – they’re an enemy to both the West and Palestinians and Corbyn should realise this

Jeremy Corbyn’s recent inability to condemn Hamas and Hezbollah - the Islamic political groups which he notoriously invited to the House of Commons and called friends - undermines the struggle against theocracy, oppression and corruption. Continue reading


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