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Postal Votes

If you might be away on polling day, at work or on holiday, are physically unable or just might not have the time to get to a polling station and vote in person, you can still exercise your democratic right to vote.

Leadership Selection Update

A message regarding: Membership FAQs, Leadership Hustings, Election Insurance, Conservative Academy, Social Media

Dear Members,

Please see below Frequently Asked Questions with answers that you may find useful:

Membership FAQs
 

Party Leadership Selection Process

The selection procedure for the next Party leader has been announced and is as follows:

"Following meetings of the 1922 Executive Committee and the Conservative Party Board today, the rules on how the Conservative Party leadership contest will proceed have been agreed.

Lord Spicer

It was with great sadness that the Association learned of the recent death of our former West Worcestershire MP Lord Spicer.

Harriett's 9 Reasons to be cheerful

This year's WWCA Annual General Meeting saw Harriett Baldwin set out 9 reasons why Conservatives should be winning the hearts and minds of voters.

These were as follows:

 

 

Annual General Meeting

The WWCA Annual General Meeting will be taking place on Friday March 22nd at 7pm

The venue will, once again, be the Welland Parish hall, Marlbank Road, Welland, WR13 6NE

More details will be published in due course.

Getting the best deal for Britain from Brexit

However you voted in the referendum, in a democracy it is essential that the outcome is respected. I was elected last year on a mandate to deliver the result and both major political parties pledged to respect the referendum vote in their 2017 manifestos.

New Ministerial Role for Harriett Baldwin MP

Harriett Baldwin has accepted the Prime Minister's invitation to become Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Department for International Development. The West Worcestershire Conservative Association is pleased to congratulate Harriett on her appointment.

Brexit Trade Negotiations Set to Start

Our Prime Minister, Theresa May made three clear promises right at the start of the Brexit negotiations. A deal on citizens’ rights. No hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic. A fair financial settlement.

Unemployment at lowest level since 1975

Figures just released show that jobless numbers are lower than at any point since 1975. 3 million more people are in employment nationally than when the Conservatives took control of the economy in 2010.