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Our Plan: we will encourage more people to get involved in local politics

We want to increase the number of Conservative councillors, to give those communities in Wirral that have been neglected for too long a voice at the Town Hall. We are also working hard to encourage more young people to get involved in what we do.

So far, we have:

Nationally, Conservatives have:

  • Increased the number of Conservative MPs in Wales and Scotland
  • Maintained the largest number of councillors in the UK
  • Given people a say on whether we leave, or remain, in the EU

 

Please note that while we welcome new members, including those who have previously been members or supporters of Labour, the Liberal Democrats, Greens and UKIP, it is not possible to be a member of the Conservatives AND another party.

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Councillors, candidates and activists meet for a couple of hours on Saturday mornings to deliver leaflets and letters.
It's really important that we speak to residents about our plans for the future and the way in which Labour is failing the people of Wirral.
We need volunteers to help ensure we run a full operation in target areas at the next elections
If you would like to make a donation, tick this box and our treasurer will be in touch with how you can help us in this way.
Not everyone is in when we knock on their door and other voters prefer a call. Let us know if you can phone voters from the comfort of your own home!
We're looking to select 22 candidates to stand in the next Wirral Council elections.

News

Militant Leader of Wirral Council makes a comeback

Commenting on tonight's decision to deselect Cllr. Chris Meaden in favour of hard-left former Council Leader Yvonne Nolan in Rock Ferry Ward, the Leader of Wirral’s Conservative Group, Cllr. Ian Lewis, said: