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CONSERVATIVE PARTY CONFERENCE DAY TWO

We need a Government that delivers serious reform and builds a country that works for everyone, and not just the privileged few. And that starts with our economy – a Britain that remains open for business, and makes sure that everyone can share in the country’s wealth.

LOWERING THE CAP ON BENEFITS

A new benefit cap has now come in to effect, meaning the total amount workless households can receive in benefits will be limited to £20,000 across the UK or £23,000 within Greater London. This is fair to the taxpayers who pay for it and fair to those who need it.

LOWERING THE CAP ON BENEFITS

A new benefit cap has now come in to effect, meaning the total amount workless households can receive in benefits will be limited to £20,000 across the UK or £23,000 within Greater London. This is fair to the taxpayers who pay for it and fair to those who need it.

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. That’s 350,000 more people with the security of work, a regular income and better able to provide for themselves and their family. SHARE to let friends know.

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. That’s 350,000 more people with the security of work, a regular income and better able to provide for themselves and their family. SHARE to let friends know.

Simon praises moves to let Marton residents take back control of planning

As someone who was born and grew up in Marton, Simon knows how important it is that this special part of Middlesbrough isn’t damaged by developers.  Local Conservatives are fighting to ensure this is the case.  Simon has met Councillors Chris and John Hobson to hear how they have helped people in

Simon celebrates good news on jobs

Simon has welcomed the news that unemployment across the UK remains at the lowest rate for over a decade – down nearly 900,000 since 2010 – according to the latest labour market figures, with 59,000 more people back in work in the North East since 2010.