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The Pulse update bulletin is to be a regular e-mail to members of South Cambridgeshire Conservative Association.

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Welcome!

Heidi Allen's notes for October 2018

Parliament returned at the beginning of September and although the next few months will inevitably be dominated by Brexit, I continue to work on many other issues, both at a national and local level.

Notes / 2018 Party conference – WEDNESDAY

Our future is in our hands

Today our Prime Minister, Theresa May, gave her speech to close the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham saying when we come together, there is no limit to what we can achieve –

Notes / 2018 Party conference – TUESDAY

A stronger, fairer United Kingdom

As the Conservative Party Conference continues here in Birmingham, we’ve been setting out what we’re doing to offer the British people opportunity for the future.

Today we announced:

Notes / 2018 Party conference – MONDAY

A strong economy

On the second day of the Conservative Party Conference, we’ve been continuing to show how we are building a stronger, fairer country with real opportunity.

Notes / 2018 Party conference – SUNDAY

Opportunity

To realise our country’s great potential after Brexit there’s action we need to take at home, from making our economy truly work for everyone to healing the divisions caused by Brexit and the Scottish independence referendum.

Our Local Plan approved – at last

The much-delayed South Cambridgeshire Local Plan, approved by the independent Inspector on 3rd September, was given final approval by South Cambs District Council at a Full Council meeting on 27th September.

Conservatives back bid to build council houses

Conservative councillors are backing the bid by South Cambs District Council to take up a government offer for councils to borrow so they can build more affordable homes.