Sir Bill Cash MP - The Assisted Dying Bill

In the light of the Assisted Dying (No. 2) Bill being debated at second reading today in the House of Commons and rejected by a majority of 212 MPs, Sir Bill Cash, who voted against the Bill said –“I know that for many this Bill is a very controversial issue but whilst understanding that this is the case, I have as with all other MPs to be guided by my conscience on a free vote.    

SCC Conservative Group Newsletter July 2015

After the May election result with a working majority, the Conservative Government at Westminster has started to set out what we intend to do over the coming years. Compare this business-like way of working with the Labour leadership contest! The country made the right choice and expect us to continue our good work. 

A budget for working people

Our Summer Budget delivers security for working people - and delivers on the promises upon which we were elected: Growing the economy and getting the national finances under control with the national

A Budget that delivers security for Britain

We're strengthening the nation’s defences, and committing to meet the NATO pledge to spend 2 per cent of our national income on defence – not just this year, but every year of this decade.SHARE this important post

We're cutting taxes for working people

We're supporting working people with lower taxes.From next year you will be able to earn £11,000 before paying any income tax at all, boosting the typical taxpayers' wages by £80 in total.

A new British Bill of Rights

We'll restore common sense to our legal system by scrapping the Human Rights Act and introducing a new British Bill of Rights.Share now to let your friends and family know

Unemployment falling and wages rising

The latest employment figures from the ONS show wages are rising, unemployment is falling - and our plan is delivering more security for hardworking families across Britain.