THE 2018 Conservative Party conference is underway in Birmingham as the Cabinet and the PM gather in Britain's second city. Let’s take a closer look at the event which will undoubtedly be dominated by Brexit. When and where is it? The event runs from Sunday, September 30 until Wednesday, October 3. The conference is taking place in Birmingham at the International Convention Centre (ICC Birmingham). When was Theresa May’s speech? The Prime Minister gave her keynote address on the final day of the event (October 3). Philip Hammond, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, delivered his speech on Monday, October 1. Mrs May's speech will come the day after her Brexit nemesis Boris Johnson addressed an event where he blasted May's Chequers plan and provided an alternative leader's speech. The 'Chuck Chequers' rally has been one of the most-talked about events of the conference and Westminster watchers will be awaiting any sign Boris might move to dethrone his former boss. What else … [Read more...] about Conservative Party Conference 2018 – when does it end, when is Theresa May’s speech and where is it being held?
PUBLISHED: 14:46 06 April 2018 | UPDATED: 14:49 06 April 2018 Tom Horton Peter Harris outside Barking Town Hall. Photo: Arnaud Stephenson Archant A Conservative council candidate has hit back at claims his party struggled to find enough people to stand in the upcoming local elections and had to draft in activists to help secure enough nominations. An article published on politics website Conservative Home by executive editor Mark Wallace claimed party members had to be drafted into Barking and Dagenham from outside the borough to hunt for people willing to stand for election and to secure enough nomination signatures before the deadline, which was today. Candidates must secure 10 nominations from residents of the borough in which they intend to stand. He wrote: “In Barking and Dagenham... activists and staffers have had to be drafted in in order to assist with getting candidates signed up and nomination signatures secured in time for the deadline.” However Peter … [Read more...] about Conservative hits back at claims the party struggled to find enough candidates in Barking and Dagenham
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Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Ashok K.M April 12, 2018 5:39 pm Change Font Size The Welfare State exists for the downtrodden and the marginalised, but cannot act like Robin Hood; which would be a negation of the democratic principles and blatant flouting of rule of law, the Bench said. The Government if given a carte-blanche to negative such ownership and possession, at one go, by an officer authorised to evict unauthorized possession of lands; then it would be an arbitrary exercise of power violating all principles of rule of law, the Court held. In a huge blow for the Kerala Government, the High Court of Kerala has set aside eviction proceedings under the Kerala Land Conservancy (KLC) Act initiated by the state against Harrisons Malayalam Limited and its assignees, through a special officer appointed for the purpose, holding that it is without jurisdiction. Setting aside the eviction proceedings, a division bench of Justice K Vinod Chandran … [Read more...] about State Can’t Act Like Robinhood: Kerala HC Sets Aside Land Conservancy Act Proceedings Against Harrisons Malayalam [Read Judgment]
PUBLISHED: 13:00 13 April 2018 | UPDATED: 13:00 13 April 2018 Paul Geater John Howard is the new chairman of Ipswich Conservative Association. Picture: johnhowardbusiness.com Archant The businessman behind the development to complete the Winerack on the Waterfront has become the new chairman of Ipswich Conservative Association. John Howard, who is also working with Mcarthy and Stone to redevelop the former EADT/Ipswich Star site in Lower Brook Street, was elected as the new chairman of the Association at its annual general meeting. He said: “There is an awful lot of very positive work going on right across the country behind the scenes and I feel it is our duty to ensure that these messages and accomplishments by the Conservative government are heard by everyone in Ipswich. “I believe it is an incredibly exciting time to be involved in the Conservative Party and over the next year, we will have stronger social media presence to ensure we are appealing to and … [Read more...] about Developer takes chair of Ipswich Conservatives to push party’s message