Born in Beverley and raised in Hessle, Scott attended Hessle High school, had his first job in Princes Quay and studied at the University of Hull. A volunteer for the Social Mobility Foundation, former School governor and Young Enterprise supporter,
The Hull Conservative and Unionists have today (Thursday 5th April 2018) completed the submission of their nomination papers for the Hull City Council elections, with a full slate of 57 candidates.
A huge band of Conservative volunteers joined Christine as we canvassed Hessle today. Come rain or shine (and today the rain definitely came), your Conservative candidates want to hear from you.
Campaigning has been increasing apace across Hull. Candidates and volunteers have been leafleting and canvassing across the city with really positive responses from voters. Our band of volunteers is increasing. If you would like to come and join us, please
The newly appointed Parliamentary Candidates for the three Hull Constituencies are raring to go and have been out and about together across Hull over the last few days talking to voters:
The three Conservative candidates for Hull have been selected today. They are Simon Burton (Kingston-upon-Hull East), Lia Nici-Townend (Kingston-upon-Hull North) and Christine Mackay (Kingston-upon-Hull West and Hessle). Simon Burton is an adviser to the Government Chief Whip having previously advised
The Prime Minister has recently announced that a General Election will be held on 8 June. Below are reasons why we need an election: We need this election now to secure the strong and stable leadership the country needs to
Dehenna Davison and Group Leader John Fareham receiving an award for the West Hull and Hessle Conservative Association from the Leader and also the Party Chairman. The result of hard work by so many members of the Hull Party, the
Campaigners from Hull Conservatives joined Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Grove to campaign for his re-election in Humberside. Matthew, who beat John Prescott in 2012, has vowed to continue working through his plan for the region which has seen the
On Saturday 5th December, West Hull and Hessle Conservatives held a coffee morning at Edward Liddell’s house, with guest speaker Lord Norton of Louth. As well as being Professor of Government in the Department of Politics and International Studies at