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- RT @David_Cameron: IMF predicts UK to be fastest growing economy in the G7 - more growth means more jobs and more security for families. ht… 11 hours ago
- BREAKING: IMF upgrades UK growth by more than any other major economy - RT to let friends know. #LongTermEconomicPlan http://t.co/Ws06TnMq2j 13 hours ago
- RT @George_Osborne: We need to go on working through the plan - backing business, rebalancing the economy & securing a brighter economic fu… 14 hours ago
- RT @George_Osborne: IMF upgrades UK growth by more than any other major economy. Further evidence that our #LongTermEconomicPlan is working 14 hours ago
- RT @sajidjavid: Fantastic opening ceremony. Well done Glasgow. Let the games begin #Glasgow2014 http://t.co/qhQNIuZMP5 1 day ago
Tag Archives: conservatives
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
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
Cambridge Conservatives have recruited two political heavy weights to lead the Association as they seek to shake up politics in Cambridge. At the AGM, Lord Balfe was confirmed as the new President of the Association and Nick Clarke was elected … Continue reading
The Prime Minister, David Cameron, visited Cambridge this week and used the city as a platform to promote the benefits a Conservative led government can offer small businesses, how the Coalition is driving economic recovery and the plan to boost … Continue reading
Conservative Chancellor George Osborne today announced that the freeze in council tax would continue for a second year.
The Conservative-controlled County Council has secured an extra £4.5 million in Government funding after persuading Ministers the County had been given a raw deal.