News from the Conservative PartyGove gives green light to 102 more free schools
Education Secretary Michael Gove today approved 102 new free school applications to open in 2014 and beyond, delivering around 50,000 new school places.
Grayling: Automatic privileges for prisoners cannot continue
Today, Justice Secretary Chris Grayling has unveiled important changes to prisoner rehabilitation across England and Wales.
Universal Credit launched
Today marks the important next step in the radical reshaping of the welfare system so the system works for hardworking people, as the Universal Credit pathfinder is launched in parts of Manchester.
Labour councils let tax evaders off the hook
New figures reveal how Labour councils have the biggest council tax arrears and worst collection rates - explaining why Labour councils charge higher council tax than Conservative ones.
Crime down by 10%
Encouraging crime figures were released by the Office for National Statistics today.
New Technical Baccalaureate introduced
Today the Government underlined its commitment to high-quality vocational and occupational education by announcing a new Technical Baccalaureate measure.
Will Goodhand selected for Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland
Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland Conservatives have selected Will Goodhand as their Prospective Parliamentary Candidate ahead of the next General Election.
Local election campaign launch
We've launched our local election campaign focusing on how Conservatives in national and local government are delivering for hardworking people
Douglas Hansen-Luke selected for Walsall North
Walsall North Conservatives have selected Douglas Hansen-Luke as their Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for the 2015 General Election.
A new cap to stop limitless benefits
We're capping benefits so no one can get more on benefits than the average family earns by going out to work.