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Borrowing continues to fall

From the Office for Budget Responsibility's Overview of the October 2018 Economic and fiscal outlook*

At first glance the outlook for the public finances in the medium term looks much the same as it did in March 2018.

Latest occupants push new council houses towards 100

Thanks to the foresight of the Conservatives while responsible for housing at South Cambs District Council, the number of new council homes built or under construction across South Cambridgeshire since 2015 has now reached 100.

Pulse – Members' newsletter / 1

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

If you'd like to be added to our mailing list to receive it and other news items from the Association, please e-mail Heather Williams and let her know.


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: