Releasing industrial land to build homes and preventative measures to tackle violent crime are the policies we need.
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The Government must improve its communication, avoiding bluster and phrases that patronise the public.
Interview: “Petrolhead” Milling denies that Elliot is really in charge at CCHQ, and says that she’s visited all 48 Red Wall seats
The co-Party Chairman says next year’s local elections will definitely go ahead, and won’t give a figure for Party membership.
Capitalism adapts and we are the party of innovation and opportunity. The crisis has meant a return to the Big Society.
We have a scheme to help our tenants with deposits, to boost home ownership.
Distancing enforcement has been applied with a light but firm touch.
Amanda Milling: My message to Party activists. We can’t get busy seeking votes. But let’s do so helping neighbours.
We’ve suspended all face to face campaigning for the foreseeable future. Instead we encourage you to direct your energies towards keeping people safe.
Making full use of the volunteers will mean lifting some of the red tape around vetting and so forth. It is a matter of balancing the risks involved in a practical way.
The Conservative Party suspends all non-digital campaigning, and directs activists to support the vulnerable
“Public safety has and will always remain our top priority… This is a time for looking out for each other, for our neighbours, friends and family.”
When our elections finally come next year, we will be campaigning hard to win back an overall majority.
The Electoral Commission had proposed a delay until the autumn. It does leave a number of practical challenges.
The Lib Dems have thrown £1m of taxpayer money, around 20 per cent of the Council Tax receipts, at new hobby projects, with no defined benefits for the coming year.
Part two of our weekly series on the local election, focusing on the district council contests.
Labour has chosen a Corbynista as its Police and Crime commissioner candidate. He won’t provide the action we need.
The local Conservatives launch a manifesto of vision, ambition, and aspiration for May 2020.