Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, unveiled details of how the Government plans to cut public spending by £83 billion with £29 billion generated from tax increases over a four year period to 2015. Local authorities will have greater control
Over the coming weeks, months and years this government will have an unrelenting focus. We will be straining every sinew to get growth going in our economy, to drive wealth creation and to fire up job creation. Our priority now
Having read an article in the media, it was with jaw dropping surprise that I read that ONE Hull City footballer is paid as much in one week as Hull City Council has received in eight years’ lease payments after
Today we will put plans before Parliament to protect two cornerstones of British life – Royal Mail and the Post Office. The network of Post Office branches plays a vital role in our communities and it will not be for
A pilot scheme launched today in Burnley and Aberdeen will help those who have previously been written off as unfit to work to get back into employment and regain their independence. Under Labour, the amount of money spent on welfare
Hull Conservatives are currently looking for issues which affect people in the local area. Please feel free to contact us with any comments or ideas which you feel would benefit from more attention.
On behalf of all of us in the Conservative Party, we would like to congratulate Ed Miliband on his election as Leader of the Labour Party. He will have many challenges ahead in these next few days, but if he
The challenges facing Britain today – a war in Afghanistan, huge national debts at home, public services that desperately need change, social breakdown – require the whole country to pull together to meet them. Conservatives and Liberal Democrats have formed