Conservatives have chosen magistrate Julie Iles as their candidate to be Surrey's first Police and Crime Commissioner.
Local Conservative Tim Oliver was re-elected at the Esher by-election on Thursday 21st June. Thank you to all those who supported him.
Local Conservative Tim Oliver is standing for re-election in the Esher by-election on Thursday. He has written the below message to all Esher residents.
Tim Oliver has launched his bid for re-election to Elmbridge Council at the upcoming Esher election on June 21st, with the Olympics legacy, careful controls over planning and development and a freeze in Council Tax as cornerstones of his campaign.
The Conservatives have retained control of Elmbridge Council albeit with a reduced majority following the borough elections on May 3rd.
Your Conservative adminstration has frozen the council tax for another year - for the fifth time in six years! This is despite 4% inflation and having to find over £1.2 million in savings.
The first ever elections for Police and Crime Commissioners will be taking place on 15 November. The Conservatives are looking for very high calibre candidates for what will be high profile and public roles. Are you interested in being the candidate for Surrey?
On February 27 a packed St Peter’s Church bade farewell to Derek Denyer, a Hersham South councillor for 20 years and a most distinguished Mayor of our Borough, who had passed away last month.
Thank you for your support at the last election. Because of you, David Cameron is the first Conservative Prime Minister in 13 years and the Government’s plans to build a strong economy and a big society are in full swing. Now, to help us communicate with you, we've launched this new local website.
A Conservative Party analysis reveals that Labour’s leadership candidates would cost working families at least £1,000 in higher debt and taxes.
The election delivered a clear verdict – the party that left a note saying there was no money left still couldn’t be trusted with the nation’s economy. But Labour haven’t learnt. All four leadership candidates have offered more of the same: more welfare, more borrowing and more taxes – exactly what got us into a mess in the first place.
It would be hardworking families who end up paying the price for these unfunded promises. The commitments made during this contest alone would cost every working family at least £1,000 in higher debt and taxes. This rise in debt and taxes would mean less money in working people’s pay packets, fewer jobs and a weaker economy.
The British people have worked too hard to clear up the mess Labour left behind to go through all that again and will conclude that – whoever ends up taking charge – Labour haven’t changed.
They still have no plan for the economy, just the same old policies that left the country in such a mess the last time around. Working people would pay for it.
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