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8 fantastic fringe events at Conservative Party Conference

Conservative Party Conference is a fantastic event every year. However, when there are so many events taking place, it can be overwhelming for new attendees.So we’ve put together this guide to some of the great fringe events going on during Conservative Party Conference 2019.

We’re bringing shipbuilding back to the UK

The Prime Minister announced that new warships for the Royal Navy will be built in the UK.This will secure thousands of jobs for people at British shipyards and ensure that the United Kingdom is a global, outward-looking nation as we leave the EU.

We’re giving police officers Tasers to combat assault

Senseless violence has blighted our streets for far too long.Over recent weeks, we have seen police officers attacked while simply doing their jobs. And tragically, one police officer was killed in the line of duty.

Conservative Party Conference 2019: Everything you need to know

Now that Conservative Party Conference is upon us, we have put together everything you need to know. From the key events and who is attending to where you can watch what’s going on, read below for a comprehensive guide to everything you need to know.

UK economic growth continues – record numbers are in full time work

New figures show that the UK economy continues to grow and wages continue to rise. With more people in full-time jobs than ever before, more people have the security of a regular wage. And with wages still growing faster than prices, people have more money in their pockets.

Lest We Forget

Cllr. Andy Pratt and his son, Sam, have been busy delivering 52 collection boxes across mid Copeland for the British Legion as we remember 100 years since the end of World War One.

Conservatives fixing potholes across Copeland

Over the summer and autumn months we have been campaigning hard on #PotHolePatrol across Copeland. Today we welcome the chancellor’s announcement pledging £420m to fix our roads which will help to get us all moving

Investment in nuclear industry

Greg Clark MP has announced the new £200m Nuclear Sector Deal that will deliver 100,000 jobs by 2021 - with a target of 40% women by 2030.

He said, "Nuclear energy not only fuels our power supply, it fuels local jobs, wages, economic prosperity and drives UK innovation."