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Could you be the next CPF Voluntary Party Director?

The current CPF Voluntary Party Director was elected as a Member of Parliament in December, so we are commencing the search for someone who is passionate about the CPF and who can build on our recent successful record of growth and influence.

Consultation on the Queen's Speech

Our consultation programme this year begins with this paper, inviting you to let us know your views on the Queen’s Speech, including any ideas you might have for the budget. The closing date for this consultation is 1st March.

January 2020 Newsletter from Voluntary Director Flick Drummond

Our 2020 policy consultation paper programme will start with a paper in January on the Queen’s Speech, including any thoughts you might have on the budget. With the Police and Crime Commissioner elections in May, we will then have a paper on Policing in March.

The Conservative Party Manifesto

The Party's 2019 election manifesto has been published and thanks to the input from CPF members across the country, we can with good cause claim that it reflects the views and suggestions of the Party's membership:

CPF Members' Manifesto - Thank You

Thank you to everyone who submitted manifesto proposals to the Conservative Policy Forum. This includes over 100 CPF Groups who responded to our latest policy discussion, which invited input to the Party’s manifesto.

Summary of Post-Brexit Economy discussion

In response to the CPF discussion on the post-Brexit economy, we received submissions from 102 CPF groups, representing 117 constituencies plus one Conservatives Abroad group and at least 1054 members.

#CPFMembersManifesto: What are our values and how can we reflect them in policy making?

After the 2017 general election, the CPF led a Party-wide consultation into Conservative values. Now, with the election of a new Party Leader and new Prime Minister, we want to give Members the opportunity to reflect again on who we are as a Party and how our values should be reflected in the policies that we seek to champion and implement.