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6 things to know about our huge hospital building programme

We want to make sure that the NHS is delivering for patients across England. So at the beginning of Conservative Party Conference, Health Secretary Matt Hancock has launched the biggest hospital building programme in a generation to provide the vital care people need.

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 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.

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.

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.

Oxford Conservatives welcome election of Boris Johnson

Oxford Conservative Association (OCA) welcomes the election today of Boris Johnson as the new leader of the Conservative Party and our next Prime Minister.

Mr Johnson was elected by an overwhelming majority of Conservative members.

Oxford East Conservatives call for infrastructure to match development

Oxford East Conservative Association (OECA) is calling for Oxford City Council to recognise the need for new infrastructure to be included in plans for a new estate on Grenoble Road. The proposal, submitted to South Oxfordshire District Council last week, would see 3,500 homes built on the site.