Helping people keep what they earn

Conservatives believe in helping people to keep more of the money that they earn, not just by increasing the pay for working people, but by cutting taxes for the lowest paid.

National living wage increase

Last year the Conservatives introduced a new National Living Wage for every working person over the age of 25 and next April, this will increase to £7.50 per hour.

Popular Campaigns continue in new Lancashire Hoghton with Wheelton Division

Andrew Snowden, the Conservative’s Council Candidate for Wheelton and Withnell in 2016, who led a series of campaigns on dangerous driving, dog-fouling, flooding and spending on rural areas, will continue his fight as our County Council candidate for the new Lancashire County Council Division Hog

Euxton and Buckshaw flooding chaos

After last year’s heavy storms, which left roads impassable for weeks, Labour-run Lancashire County Council are still not interested in preventing further flooding in Euxton, Buckshaw and Astley.

Council slammed as Lancashire libraries shut

County’s hardworking taxpayers left devastated by Labour’s savage cuts to frontline services and library closures

Labour-run Lancashire County Council are executing a raft of devastating cuts to local services; which have so far seen over 20 libraries earmarked for closure. 

350,000 more people in work

Between June and September this year unemployment fell by 37,000 and since last year 350,000 more people now have a full time job.