Labour’s plans for a new ‘land value tax’ will clobber high streets and town centres
Tonight, Jeremy Corbyn once again demonstrated an abject failure of leadership. His repeated unwillingness to set out a clear position on Brexit means he has no credibility on anything else.
The Conservative Party launched a new billboard today, Get Britain out of neutral. The poster was launched at sites in London, Manchester, Sheffield, Birmingham, Leeds, Bristol and Cardiff.
The Prime Minister has written a letter urging Jeremy Corbyn to reconsider his Brexit policy and his plans to fiddle Labour’s second Brexit referendum.
Today has seen a by-election for the Westfield ward of Earl Shilton Town Council, following the decision by sitting councillor Angie Williams to stand down for health reasons.
The election results announced this evening were:-
Turnout = 391 (17.8%)
Labour’s policy to scrap prison sentences of under six months would lead to a surge of offenders on our streets, risking public safety.
Our Conservative plan for getting Brexit done so that we can unleash Britain's potential is in stark contrast to the gridlock, dither, delay and uncertainty of a hung parliament.
Rail union leaders and the Labour Party have boasted that they are "working together" to "bring down" the government at this month's election through a campaign of political strikes disrupting millions of passengers' lives.
Brexit provides a once in a generation opportunity to strengthen the security of the UK border.