Breaking News: Local Government Boundary Commission

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) have completed their review into the warding arrangements for Scarborough Borough Council.  Their final recommendations have been published today and are available on the LGBCE website...

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Better Services Lower Taxes

Labour have consistently supported higher local taxes and deliver poorer quality local services.  If you want better services and lower taxes you need a Conservative...

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National Living Wage

The National Living Wage will increase again – full time workers on the NWL will see a yearly boost of £600 and now will earn £2.000 a year more than they did when it was introduced  in...

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Local Conservative Policy Forum 18th April 2018

The third meeting of the Scarborough & Whitby Conservative Policy Forum will be on Wednesday 18th April at 7.30pm at the Scarborough office on Albemarle Crescent, under the joint Chairmanship of Chris Fisher and Tracey Reeves. The guest speaker will be County Councillor Carl Les, Leader of NYCC who will be speaking about...

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Employment Levels on the rise in Scarborough and Whitby

More people are employed in Scarborough & Whitby than this time last year, with 60% more people in work than five years ago, new figures show. Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Esther McVey said: “Getting a job means securing an income for a family and the chance to build a better future.  That’s why up and down...

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April Events

April events for you diaries. Any questions please ring the contact number on the list or SWCA at Albemarle Crescent on 01723 360621. Thursday 19th April.  Whitby Conservative Ladies Luncheon Club Special 50th Anniversary Luncheon to be held at the Saxonville Hotel, dining room open 12.30pm with the price of luncheon...

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