St Austell and Newquay Conservatives

Welcome to the website for the St Austell and Newquay Conservative Association. We are a growing association supporting our new Member of Parliament Steve Double who recently secured a stunning victory over the Liberal Democrats, making him the first Conservative MP that we have had in some parts of the constituency for 47 years. 

Here you can find links to local and national Conservative news stories, current campaigns, information about the association and our calender of upcoming events.

If you have any comments then please feel free to e-mail us at office@cornwallconservatives.com or visit the contact us section.

Featured Story

This month has been a particularly busy month on the ground with the awful weather we have been experiencing proving a real test for Cornwall Council and its contractors, such as Cormac, who look after our highways.

 

Local News

National News

350,000 more people in work

Between June and September this year unemployment fell by 37,000 and since last year 350,000 more people now have a full time job.

Lowering the cap on benefits

At the last election the Conservatives promised to lower the benefits cap to ensure that work pays, whilst protecting those most in need. And now we are delivering on that commitment.

UK GDP growth

Figures released by the Office of National Statistics show that between July and September 2016, the British economy grew by 0.5%, meaning our economy has grown by over 1.5% in 2016.As we move toward negotiations with the EU, we are determined to get the best deal for families and businesses.

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This map shows the extent of the geographical area that we serve. This is the area of the United Kingdom that we represent on behalf of the Conservative Party.

Clicking on the arrow below reveals a map of events and news articles near you, that will grow over time. Individual events and news articles are represented by pins of different colours and you will be able to click on them to find out more information.

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