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ENG: The Conservative Party, officially the Conservative and Unionist Party and colloquially referred to as the Tory Party or the Tories, is a centre-right political party in the United Kingdom that espouses the philosophies of conservatism and British unionism. As of 2013 it is the largest political party in the United Kingdom, being the largest single party in the House of Commons with 303 MPs, the largest party in local government with 8,628 councillors, and the largest British party in the European Parliament with 25 MEPs. It governs in coalition with the Liberal Democrats, with David Cameron, the leader of the Conservative Party, as Prime Minister. Leader: David Cameron Co-Chairmen: Grant Shapps, Lord Feldman Founded: 1834 Preceded by: Tory Party Youth wing: Conservative ...
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The politics of affordable housing in London


DO the non-working poor have a right to live in central London? That seemingly technical question has already caused a big row among leading Tories. Now it is causing dissent on the left.Prominent Conservatives fell out last autumn over plans to cap housing benefit for non-working families. In October, George Osborne, the chancellor of the exchequer, set out the principle that no household (except those receiving disability benefits) should receive total welfare payments worth more than the average income of a working family. He told the Conservative Party's annual conference:“if someone ...


UK shadow defence secretary outlines Conservative vision


A "comprehensive review" of UK defence planning under a new Conservative government could open the way to a major shake-up of the Ministry of Defence (MoD) and its current activities, according to the UK's shadow Defence Secretary. Speaking exclusively to Jane's on 16 June, Dr Liam Fox, spoke of his party's plans for defence procurement, the UK's defence industry, staffing within the MoD and the welfare of its troops. As the UK looks ahead to a general election within the next 11 months, the Conservative party - which forms the official opposition to the current Labour government - says it is ...


UK Conservative leader: Commitment to Israel comes from deep inside me


Speaking to more than 400 Conservative MPs, lords, parliamentary candidates and business leaders at the Conservative Friends of Israel annual fundraiser at the Dorchester Hotel in central London on Thursday, the party leader said he felt an affinity towards Israel. "First, I passionately believe in the right of Israel to exist, to defend itself and to live in peace and security. Not just because of the tragedies of history. Not only because of the realities of today. Not simply because of my party's unstinting support for Israel through the decades, but also because it's something I feel ...


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What Conservative win in UK means worldwide - USA TODAY
USA TODAYWhat Conservative win in UK means worldwideUSA TODAYConservatives won 331 seats in the House of Commons (Britain's Parliament), more than the 326 needed for a majority. That keeps Cameron in power as prime minister without having to enter into a coalition with another party as he needed to in 2010.UK election: Now what? Scottish surge and 'Brexit'CNBCWhy are people afraid to admit they voted Conservative?Catholic Herald Online (blog)UK election: Labour battered, Scots student youngest lawmaker since 1667CNNABC News -BBC News -Telegraph.co.ukall 1,449 news articles »
UK Conservatives plan to scrap Human Rights Act - World Socialist Web Site
UK Human Rights BlogUK Conservatives plan to scrap Human Rights ActWorld Socialist Web SiteThe incoming Conservative government is to replace the 1998 Human Rights Act with a British “Bill of Rights and Responsibilities.” It will curtail the power of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Britain, which has overturned a number of ...Tory plan to scrap Human Rights Act: will it actually happen?The Week UKLeadership candidates unite to launch campaign to protect Human Rights ActLiberal DemocratsLetting public authorities loose: The dangers of repealing the Human Rights ...UK Human Rights Blog (blog)all 6 news articles »
UK election shock: David Cameron defies polls with clear victory - CNN
TIMEUK election shock: David Cameron defies polls with clear victoryCNNAs the dust settled Friday, three party leaders resigned, including opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband and Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg. What this means for the UK is that the Conservatives get to govern alone after five years in a ...UK Conservatives' Euphoria Over Election Victory Tempered By Prospect of ...TIMEDavid Cameron's Conservatives win outright in UK electionUSA TODAYDavid Cameron and Conservatives Get Majority in British ElectionNew York TimesU.S. News & World Report -Wall Street Journalall 8,848 news articles »
Immigration: UK Conservatives plan tough measures against illegal workers - International Business Times UK
International Business Times UKImmigration: UK Conservatives plan tough measures against illegal workersInternational Business Times UKThe Conservative government will introduce tough new measures to tackle illegal immigrants, such as confiscating their pay, under legislation to be announced in the Queen's Speech on 27 May. Additional measures include cracking down on British ...When is the EU referendum?Telegraph.co.ukDavid Cameron won't 'cave in' on migration target despite new figuresBBC NewsEU referendum: Pro-Europe campaign unites to fight 'No' campThe IndependentWalesOnline -The Guardianall 623 news articles »



 
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