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Conservatives Win Fight to Protect Hove Library

Hove Library (Image from Google Streetview)
Residents, campaigners, conservation societies (Including The Brighton Society), and the Conservation Advisory Group (CAG) are fighting to protect Hove Library. Labour Ignore Objections Interested parties have...

Conservatives Question Hangleton Bottom Development Costs

Hangleton Bottom
At Environment, Transport and Sustainability Committee on 23-01-18, Conservative Councillors raised concerns about the costs to relocate Cityparks’ depot to Hangleton Bottom. £745,000 Vs £160,000...

Conservative Leader’s Budget Address 2018

Madam Mayor, glance at the news for the briefest of moments and you can’t fail to notice that the political world is in a...

Labour’s Broken Promises 🗑♻️🚯🚮

Labour Are Like The Orchestra Fiddling Away As The Titanic Goes Under "Our City is a mess, litter is the norm, graffiti is everywhere, recycling...

Conservatives Welcome Labour MPs Rubbish Comments!

Following on from yet another Conservative victory in City Chambers (See full article on our successful Notice of Motion here) the Labour Administration have...

Conservatives Invest £140,000 in Services for Young People in Our City

In this financial year The Conservatives, through the Department for Education (DfE), have given a grant of £50,138 to Brighton & Hove...

Conservatives Hail Hospital Success

Local Conservatives have today welcomed the news by the CQC that Brighton Sussex and University Hospitals have come out of special measures and are...

Conservatives Welcome Progress for Preston Park Commuters

Local Conservatives have welcomed the news that peak train services will return to Preston Park earlier than planned. Govia Thameslink Railway has confirmed that two...

Celebration Of Schools’ History

Secretary of State for Education, The Rt Hon Damian Hinds MP, with Hangleton & Knoll Cllrs Dawn Barnett, Tony Janio, and Nick Lewry.
Secretary of State for Education, The Rt Hon Damian Hinds MP, with staff and pupils from West Blatchington School


Local Conservatives have today welcomed an additional £2,098,961 for adults and children’s social care in Brighton and Hove from the government.