MP Robert Halfon named deputy chairman of Conservative Party

HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has been named deputy chairman of the Conservative Party in a speech about the post-election reshuffle made by Prime Minister David Cameron.

Streetlights: But will Harlow MP Halfon and fellow Tories get them switched on first?

HARLOW MP, Robert Halfon, is spearheading a campaign to get streetlights in Harlow switched on, and kicked off the campaign by raising the issue in Parliament today (Thursday).

Harlow MP Robert Halfon tells PM David Cameron of Harlow’s very own white van woman

DURING Robert’s question, who was waving a copy of the Sun in the House of Commons chamber, asked the Prime Minister whether he had seen the story about Alison, and asked him to confirm that “white van women, especially from Essex, are the wheels of our long term economic plan?”

Tories out on campaign trail after Easter break

A NUMBER OF Conservative candidates were out in Harlow Town Centre on Tuesday morning as the campaigning for the local and european elections began in earnest. A number of local and european candidates were up on Broad walk speaking to members of the public as they returned to work after the easter break.

Tories question cost of the Harlow Playhouse

OH NO THEY didn’t, oh yes they did…..It may be pantomime season at the Playhouse but things were far more serious at the council offices as the Harlow Tories questioned the continuing costs of the theatre. Conservative councillor, Russell Perrin pointed to the £50,000 shortfall in the Harlow Council performance papers at Thursday nights cabinet meeting and asked what was being done about this.

Harlow Conservatives announce candidates for 2014 local elections

RESIDENTS are being severely let down by Harlow Labour who have increased their Council Tax and failed to show leadership on regeneration, the future of community services and housing claim the Harlow Tories. Conservative candidates have been out on the doorstep listening to local residents and it is clear that the majority agree with our plans to freeze Council Tax and safeguard community services. Labour lack a clear vision for Harlow’s future which is threatening investment and regeneration of some the town’s most deprived areas.

Harlow Tories express concerns over council’s relationship with the Co-Op

HARLOW Conservative leader, cllr Andrew Johnson has expressed reservations regarding the continuing fiscal relationship between Harlow Council and the Co-Op bank. In May, Moody’s downgraded the Co-Op by six places from A3 to B3, mainly due to concerns that the bank faced the risk of further substantial losses.

Harlow Tories on cost of living campaign in Staple Tye

The campaign explained the Government’s fuel duty freeze which ensures that motoring fuel costs are 13p cheaper in tax terms. In addition lower taxes for lower earners will mean that those people earning less than £10,000 a year will be taken out of income tax altogether.


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