Doncaster Central Conservatives were pleased to welcome another new member recently. Gareth Shanks was a prominent member of the local branch of UKIP but he declined to renew his membership saying; ‘as much as there are many good people within UKIP, I was horrified by the party leadership's constant refusal to deal with people using “being anti politically correct” as an excuse to attack Muslims, gays, immigrants and “EU traitors”.
Two times Olympic Champion, James Cracknell OBE, has spoken about the importance of striving to reach your goals at an event organised by Yorkshire & Humber Conservatives.
Justine Greening MP, the Secretary Of State for International Development, attended a dinner held by South Yorkshire Conservatives on Friday 15th March at The Carlton Park Hotel in Rotherham.
A group of business leaders have offered their support to the Prime Minister’s vision for a new relationship with Europe.
Conservative Councillors are delighted with the opening of the Buckingham Care Home in Penistone
Our acting Chairman of Fulwood, Marie Raynor, is a guide dog owner.
Mrs Jeanette Fish, a longstanding member of Doncaster Central Conservative Association was awarded an MBE in 2012.
The Campaign Centre Team took delight in welcoming Emma Pidding, Chairman of the National Convention to the Centre in September.
South Yorkshire Conservatives are delighted to announce that they have selected Nigel Bonson to stand as their candidate for South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner. He was selected after a meeting of South Yorkshire members on Friday 28th September.
Oh dear. Just two weeks after Ed Miliband was caught using the wrong statistics, Labour have done it again.
The UK Statistics Authority, the official statistics watchdog, says Labour have been using ‘factually incorrect’ figures.
Chuka Umunna, Labour’s Shadow Business Secretary, had claimed that the number of young people on unemployment benefit had gone up by 60% since May 2010, with the number of claimants in the North East rising by 263%.
The official figures show that the actual number of young people claiming JSA fell by 38% nationwide and by 27% in the North East.
While Labour said one thing, the facts said the complete opposite.
It isn’t the first time that the Statistics Authority has rebuked Labour over their numbers.
Ed Miliband recently tried to claim that four in five private sector jobs since 2010 were created in London. But the official figures showed that only 21.7% of new private sector jobs were created in London – just over one in five.
While the Labour leader said one thing, the facts said something completely different.
If Labour keep making basic mistakes with their numbers, how can anyone trust them with the economy?