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Dinner with Syed Kamall MEP

Conservative Way Forward had a fantastic evening with Syed Kamall MEP last Friday. This gave our supporters the chance to meet the leader of the Conservatives in Europe and MEP for London at a particularly exciting time for the future of our relationship with the EU: a discussion on 'how to best Brexit' was top of the menu. Continue reading

Joe Porter: A week is a long time in politics

People often say that a week is a long time in politics, and the last few weeks have been no exception to that rule. Nearly a month ago our country made the historic and right decision to leave the European Union. As the Vote Leave Campaign Coordinator for Staffordshire Moorlands, I was delighted that 65% of our local electorate voted Leave. This wouldn’t have been possible without our outstanding Moorlands Vote Leave team and everyone else from the national campaign across the country. Continue reading

Chris Rowell: Who are the compassionate Conservatives?

Our new Prime Minister’s vision of a Britain that works for everyone, not just the privileged few, is easy for us as Conservatives to get behind. In reality, this is nothing new, just a reaffirmation of what has been the mission of our party for as long as any member alive today can remember. Continue reading

Elizabeth Anderson: The big names of Brexit

There has been much analysis of Theresa May's new premiership.  As a remain supporter, many were concerned whether she would really make appointments that would be able to deliver the vision of Vote Leave, and whether some of its key ideals would be lost along the way.  This was only compounded by the lack of an election to determine the leadership.  But then came Wednesday evening.  And whilst there is little doubt that the majority of the ministers in her cabinet are remainers rather than Brexiteers, all of the most important posts for exiting the European Union have gone to those who now look to deliver what they championed. Continue reading

Cllr Joe Cooney: Difficult times call for "a difficult woman"

The old saying a week is a long time in politics has never resounded so much as it has done some the United Kingdom’s momentous decision on the 23rd June. A vote that would see the resignation of the most successful Conservative Prime Minister in a generation. If there is such a thing as a 'Cameron-ite' then I would be one for my journey into the Conservative party and becoming an elected councillor is not a usual one. Continue reading

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