Latest Coronavirus Update

The Prime Minister has set out the first sketch of a road map for reopening society. Further guidance will be published this afternoon.

We must stay alert. We must continue to control the virus and save lives.

How we're funding our vital public services

Labour left behind a bankrupt Britain. But we came together as a country to fix it. And thanks to the hard work of the British people, we can now turn the page on austerity and beginning a new decade of renewal.

We’re giving a £14 billion cash boost to schools across the UK

The Prime Minister has announced that we are investing an extra £14 billion in schools.

This cash boost means that every secondary school will receive a minimum of £5,000 per pupil next year. And every primary school will get a minimum of £4,000 per pupil from 2021-22.

5 ways Conservative crime policy is making our streets safer

The Prime Minister has announced new measures to crack down on crime and keep our streets safe. From a £100 million crackdown on crime in prison, to 20,000 more police officers in the force, we are bringing about a Conservative crime policy to make Britain safer.

We’re injecting £1.8 billion more into our hospitals

As part the Conservatives’ healthcare policy commitment to strengthening our NHS, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced a £1.8 billion cash injection to ensure that frontline services have the funding that they need.

Zac backs campaign to support biodiversity across the world

Richmond Park and North Kingston MP Zac Goldsmith helped launch a major cross-party campaign which is calling on the government to address the climate and ecological crises together to eradicate poverty and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

Our Economy is Strong: 5 Things You Need to Know

"Wages are growing faster than inflation for the fifteenth month in a row, thanks to the Conservatives."

The UK economy in 2019 is going strong – and the figures are out there yet again to prove it.

Why Labour’s Latest Housing Policy Will Cost You £374 a Year

Labour want to tell you they’ve released a raft of housing policies to address rising land prices in the UK. What they don’t want you to know is their plans involve a new national ‘progressive property tax’ on every home. That tax will cost you on average £374 more in tax every year.