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Cost of living ministerial responses

Thank you to the members across 136 constituencies who submitted responses to the policy discussion that the CPF held on the cost of living in the spring of this year.

Hemel Hempstead CPF

The CPF’s National Voluntary Director, Hannah David, was invited to join the Hemel Hempstead CPF group this week.

Conservative values summary

The post-election CPF discussion on Conservative values attracted responses from CPF groups representing 133 constituencies and over 1,260 members across the country. A summary was sent to the Chairman of the PM’s Policy Board and his response is expected by the end of the year.

SW Region Conference: Brexit and Beyond

On November 4th, the South West Region CPF held a conference with the theme of Brexit and looking forward. Interest was significant: even after increasing the number of places available, they were full to capacity and ended up with a waiting list.

CPF 2018 Programme

Further to what we revealed in the current CPF discussion paper, which considers what the Conservatives should be doing in policy terms to help restore the confidence of younger voters, we are pleased to confirm our plans for CPF national discussion papers in the coming months:

The Climate Change Debate

Tackling Climate Change - The Hot Debate!
With Expert Witnesses and You the Jury

Which policies do YOU want Government to implement?
Free all-party debate open to the public in the Auditorium, Essex Business School, University of Essex
6-8pm Friday October 27th 2017

Time for a New Deal for a New Generation?

This CPF discussion paper begins with some salutary facts on the challenge we face with younger voters:

In this year’s general election, two-out-of-three first-time voters (aged 18 or 19) supported Labour;

Fewer than one-in-five voted Conservative;

CPF in Manchester

The CPF held and participated in several events at this year’s Party Conference:

The National Convention (Sunday)