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Welcome to our news page. On this page you can read the latest news from Torridge & West Devon Conservatives or from the National Party.  You can also view our news archive and current campaigns.

Nicky's great blue yonder
Chagford Art Gallery owner Nicky Heyworth, writing in the Independent Newspaper, has declared war on Tony Blair, and is inviting all local residents she knows to attend a 'Political Party' at her gal...

Geoffrey Cox welcomes Conservative demand for action on milk prices
Geoffrey Cox, Conservative Parliamentary Spokesman for West Devon and Torridge, this week welcomed the Conservative demand for urgent practical action to help the Dairy Industry after a recent report ...

Cox says 'no further' to the current terms of British membership of the EU
Conservative PPC Geoffrey Cox has written to the Western Morning News responding to a letter from a reader that he state the Conservative Party's intentions with regard to Britain's membership of the ...

Geoffrey Cox meets Biomass Developer to discuss Planning Application
Geoffrey Cox Q.C., Conservative PPC for Torridge and West Devon, met Peninsula Power boss Roger Barton last week to go though the company’s planning application recently submitted to Torridge District...

Shadow Chancellor celebrates Trafalgar Day in Bideford
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, Oliver Letwin and Geoffrey Cox Q.C., Conservative PPC for Torridge and West Devon, were the speakers at the Torridge Conservatives’ Trafalgar Dinner held at the Roy...

National News from

Radical new pensions policy for women

Conservative pensions promise for mothers who stay at home.

Conservatives pledge fewer politicians

Michael Howard outlines plans to reduce size of government.

23/12/2004 - Conservatives seek probe into Whitehall shredding frenzy

22/12/2004 - Conservative action to save special schools

21/12/2004 - Michael Howard accuses Blair of leading a "Grubby Government"

21/12/2004 - Conservatives welcome aspects of Charities Bill

21/12/2004 - Britain braced for higher Labour taxes

23/12/2004 - Labour seeks improved policing "on the cheap"

20/12/2004 - Challenge to Charles Clarke on drugs

20/12/2004 - Radical business deregulation plan unveiled

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