Theresa May: Our Plan for Britain

In a major speech on the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union, the Prime Minister has called for a truly Global Britain – an independent, self-governing nation working with our European allies and trading with the rest of the world. 

Our Plan for Britain

The British people voted for change. They voted to shape a brighter future for the UK outside the EU and we will deliver it. SHARE to let friends know.

More funds to fix Lancashire's potholes

Chorley Conservatives have welcomed news that local road-users will benefit from a dedicated £1,718,000 pothole fund for Lancashire, which will help keep the country moving and build a country that works for everyone. 

A581 Dawbers Lane Euxton to Rufford in part of £25 million road safety boost

The A581 from the A49 in Euxton through to Rufford features in a national £25 million Safer Roads Fund for 2017/18, part of £175 m between 2017/18 and 2020/21 in which the Department for Transport invites proposals from eligible local highway authorities to improve the safety of 50 specific secti

Residents despair as bus route axed

As part of a number of revisions to its commercial local bus services Stagecoach in Merseyside and South Lancashire is withdrawing the number 7 bus service that currently runs between Croston, Charnock Richard, Chorley and Adlington, from Sunday 5th February 2017.

Together We Will Build A Better Britain

"I am honoured and humbled to have been chosen by the Conservative Party to become its leader." Theresa May, Leader of the Conservative Party

Transforming mental health support

Prime Minister Theresa May: I want to see mental health addressed not just in our hospitals, but in our classrooms and communities. Mental health problems are everyone's problem.


As the UK leaves the EU and we begin writing a new chapter in our country's history, we have set out how we will support our economy through investment, job creation and support for working people. SHARE to let friends know.