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Former Prime Minister In Cambridge

The Rt Hon Sir John Major, KG CH attended a Reception at Wolfson College on Friday 31st October. Sir John spoke to a packed hall of guests, whose ages ranged from 17-92. The former Prime Minister expressed his warm support … Continue reading

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Conference Round Up

Our Parliamentary Candidate, Chamali Fernando spoke at Conservative Party Conference 2014 on health and education; just two of the issues that Chamali is extremely passionate about. Chamali stated: “I want every schoolchild in the UK to have access to a … Continue reading

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Minister for Business, Enterprise and Energy in Cambridge

On Friday we had the pleasure of welcoming the Rt Hon Matthew Hancock to Cambridge. Since July 2014, Matthew has been the Minister of State for Business, Enterprise and Energy, with responsibilities for small business, industry, growth, energy and power generation. Before … Continue reading

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Cambridge Conservatives select Prospective Parliamentary Candidate

Cambridge Conservatives have selected their candidate to fight the Cambridge seat in the 2015 General Election. At a Special General Meeting of members of the Cambridge Conservative Association, Chamali Fernando was adopted as the Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Cambridge. Chamali … Continue reading

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Cambridge Celebrates City Deal

The Rt Hon Greg Clark MP, Minister for Cities was in Cambridge last Thursday to sign an innovative deal that could see up to £1 billion of investment in the Greater Cambridge area. The deal promises to improve transport and … Continue reading

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Lord Hurd on Today’s Global Challenges

“If I’d known Conservative social events were like this, I’d have joined the Party twenty years ago!” That was the enthusiastic comment made by one of approximately 100 guests who attended yesterday evening’s Midsummer Drinks Party, held in the magnificent … Continue reading

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A budget for building a resilient economy

Today, George Osbourne set out his Budget for building a resilient economy. It is part of our long-term economic plan – a plan that is delivering economic security for families up and down the country. “We have come a long … Continue reading

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