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Tamworth Conservatives Call on Labour Party to Come Clean over Missing Hospital Petition

Tamworth Conservatives are calling on the Labour Party to open an investigation after a petition run by a Labour County Councillor was not handed to the CCG. Carol Dean, who was also Labours candidate in the General Election organised a … Continue reading

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Home Affairs Committee Summons Tom Watson over Leon Brittan Allegations

Labour’s Deputy Leader Tom Watson has been asked to appear before MPs over his pursuit of sex abuse allegations against the late Lord Brittan. The Home Affairs committee has asked Mr Watson to “provide clarification on a number of issues” … Continue reading

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Ed Balls Loses Labour Seat in General Election 2015

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Christopher Pincher Re-elected as Tamworth MP with Increased Majority

Christopher Pincher has been re-elected as the Conservative member of Parliament for Tamworth for with an increased majority of 11,302. Speaking in the early hours of Friday morning after the election result had been declared Mr Pincher said, “I would like to … Continue reading

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How Not to Knock Doors During Election Time

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Jobs at Risk under Labour

Improved living standards and jobs’ growth would be at risk if voters opt for Labour, former Tory leader William Hague has said on the campaign trial. Urging people to back his party in the highly marginal Cardiff North constituency, he … Continue reading

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Conservative EU Referendum Bill Clears First Hurdle

The Conservatives’ second bid to enshrine an EU referendum into law has cleared its first parliamentary hurdle. Conservative backbencher Bob Neill’s bill – which provides for an in/out referendum by the end of 2017 – was unopposed at second reading. … Continue reading

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