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CPF Re-Launched

Conservative Policy Forum is being re-launched shortly with local debates on George Osborne's Budget and the second on Housing policy.

Merry Christmas

We would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from everyone at Wokingham Conservatives.Our Office in Wokingham will be closed from Wednesday 23 December to Monday 4 January 2016.If you need to contact us, please email Office@WokinghamConservatives.org.uk

Leave the EU to improve the balance of payments

The October figures for our balance of payments published last week were disappointing. Once again we ran a large deficit. Such deficits have to paid for by either selling UK assets to foreigners, or by borrowing from abroad. There are limits to how much of this a country can and should do.

Tony Lack Elected

Last Friday Tony Lack was elected onto Wokingham Town Council. 

David Cameron's message: Our goal is a greater Britain

Today marks seven months since the General Election; seven months since the British people gave this government and this party an important responsibility: to deliver on our commitments for stability, security and opportunity for the working people of Britain.

Tickets on sale

Tickets are on sale for our Annual Dinner with the Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP, Secretary of State for Health.

John Redwood: Network Rail’s ability to destroy investment capital

Last year our equity value of Network Rail fell from £8.18 billion to just £6.39 billion. It is a very small sum for all that land, all those buildings, all that track and signal investment. Worse still, our equity value went down despite the railway spending another £6.47 bn on investment that year. I say our because of course Network Rail is owned by all of us, the taxpayers of the UK.