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Birmingham Business Club Launch, Edgbaston- Supporting Businesses in the West Midlands Region. 

9 Apr 16

It was a pleasure to support the Birmingham Business launch, last week with key host Anthea McIntyre MEP, for the West Midlands.


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Save the Children – Read On.Get On.England Campaign 

27 Mar 16

Save the Children campaign “Read on Get On England,” is calling on governments to ensure that every child is reading well by age of eleven, by 2025.


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National Apprenticeship Week 2016- Investment skills begin with young people 

20 Mar 16

Apprenticeships play a crucial role in enhancing our young people with the necessary skills they need to fully succeed and reach their potential.


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Help Marie Curie make a right to palliative care a reality for everyone who needs it 

5 Mar 16

Everyone has the right to palliative care when they need it,but one in four people who need palliative care die withoutreceiving it.


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Where are the British Bangladeshi women when it comes to the centre right of British Politics? 

5 Mar 16

After reviewing the current political intake of 2015, I’m contemplating to gather force to ensure Bangladeshi women find themselves at the policy discussion tables.


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Clean for the Queen Campaign 2016 

22 Feb 16

I will be joining local residents to keep my ward “Clean for The Queen” campaign in Birmingham.


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Conservatives for Britain 

13 Feb 16

Conservatives for Britain is a new campaign group to represent the large number of Conservative supporters who want to see fundamental change in Britain’s relationship with the European Union.


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International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation, 6 February 2016 

7 Feb 16

Yesterday marked the International Day of Tolerance for FGM.


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Holocaust Memorial Day 

7 Feb 16

Holocaust Memorial Day commemorates the victims and survivors of the Holocaust and Nazi persecutions as well as other worldwide genocides.


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Remembering Srebrenica 

7 Feb 16

The anniversary is a moment to remember the many thousands who lost their lives, and to remember their families and the missing.


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Campaigning to keep Clean for the Queen -Birmingham 

7 Feb 16

I will be joining local residents to keep my ward “Clean for The Queen” campaign in Birmingham.


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9 Jan 16

Theresa Villiers may campaign to leave EU The Guardian recently covered an article on Theresa Villiers, Northern Ireland secretary’s cabinet position should she publicly back the campaign to leave the EU.


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Conservative women hello and goodbyes 2015 

31 Dec 15

As 2015 comes to a close, I thought it would be useful to recap the interesting news stories from Conservative women throughout 2015 post election.


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BBC 100 Women Finale 2015 Season, at the British Film Institute 

20 Dec 15

The BBC 100 Women season came to an end at the British Film Institute with supporters, friends and contributors to this year’s BBC 100 women list.


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CWO Christmas Celebrations – House of Parliament 

18 Dec 15

Women gathered to celebrate with the Conservatives Women’s Organisation Christmas reception at the Houses of Parliament.


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Supporting the work of Conservatives Friends of International Development 

18 Dec 15

Jon Snow and the Rt Hon Andrew Mitchell MP gathered to speak at the Policy Exchange, London for the CFID annual Christmas Party on 16th December 2015.


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6 Dec 15

Conservative Women MP’s were proud to encourage and pledge their support to #SmallBizSatUK by sharing their involvement and activity on the day via social media.


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In Conversation, at the BBC #100Women Leadership Debate, Media Cafe – On the Menu: Women in leadership roles. 

2 Dec 15

Yesterday before my feet could touch the ground, the BBC World Service was streaming live as part of the BBC100 Women Season 2015.


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Remembrance Sunday 

8 Nov 15

As we start to wear our poppies with pride, there are many reasons to make a particularly special effort to remember the sacrifices and courage of those who serve our country in the Armed Forces.


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Positions of power, can women make the ultimate difference? 

30 Oct 15

The Davies report is out, I’m relatively pleased with the findings: 25% of FTSE 100 boards are made up of women.


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Compassionate Conservative MP Heidi Allen MP on Tax Credit Reforms – “Betraying Who We Are” 

26 Oct 15

Many are bracing themselves on how the House of Lords will act today as the revised chamber on the Tax Credit Reforms.


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Wear It Pink, Conservative women wear it wise 

2 Oct 15

Wear it Pink is back and stronger, charity campaigners, volunteers and our Conservative female politicians are setting the standard once again by supporting the annual campaign.


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Amber Rudd MP gets down to business as New Energy Secretary 

17 May 15

Amber Rudd MP’s recently appointed, the new Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change.


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Conservative Campaign on the Ground – working with communities 

13 May 15

It was a pleasure to accompany so many hard working prospective MP’s in the Conservative Campaign ground battles, the meet and greet is highly rewarding and the work of many dedicated volunteers, supporting their respective favoured local candidates…


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Conservative Party Share the Facts 

11 Apr 15

The very best of the campaigning social media infographics from the Conservative Party, highlighting successes and achievements, and the future prospects of a Conservative led Government.


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BUDGET 2015 

19 Mar 15

Conservatives have got a plan that is working, and a Budget that works for us.


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Right across the West Midlands- #Team2015 

15 Feb 15

Every little helps, Sunday my official rest day, yet I’m reading on political bite size matters.


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The choice at the next election in 80 seconds 

15 Feb 15

This is one of my favourite snap messages so far.


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Countdown to the General Election 2015 

15 Feb 15

Under 90 days, the election campaign is steaming up for the activists and team 2015 volunteers being invited to a series of super action days, the graft work begins.


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Caroline Spelman MP hosts a fund raiser with Solihull and Meriden Conservatives 

15 Feb 15

It was a delightful evening in the company of Caroline Superman MP and the Meriden and Solihull Conservatives at her private residence last week.


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#Team2015 meet Cameron giving a moral boost to the Midlands 

15 Feb 15

The Midlands region is truly on the map and in more ways than one.


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Conservative Women Support #16Days of Activism Against Gender Violence 

30 Nov 14

Conservative women are celebrating work and achievements of women and supporting their local campaigns to address Violence Against Women #VAW.


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Women play in Parliament – Parliament Week 2014 

23 Nov 14

Parliament Week organised the following event as part of Parliament week 2014.


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Lest We forget – Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red 

23 Nov 14

No words can describe the visual image of the installation.


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War Widows to Receive Pensions for Life – Claire Perry MP explains to constituents 

23 Nov 14

Widows, widowers and surviving civil partners of all members of the Armed Forces Pension Scheme will now retain their pensions for life, fulfilling the Government’s ongoing commitment to the Armed Forces Covenant.


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MP Priti Patel- the upbeat news on the narrowing of the gender gap 

23 Nov 14

Much words of hope from MP Priti Patel, she recently shared some good news, the gender gap is narrowing thanks to hardworking women in their 20s and 30s.


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Karren Brady Visits Rochester and Strood Business Women 

15 Nov 14

Tory peer, Karren Brady is out on the campaign trail supporting Conservative Candidate Kelly Tolhurst in Rochester and Strood.


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Gesture politics failing real women issue campaigns #FreeGhonchechGhavami 

2 Nov 14

Image credit: Telegraph The controversy surrounding wearing a feminist T-shirt is hitting the headlines, but does it affect the way we portray ourselves through gesture politics and campaigns for change?We have all done it, intentionally or not: ice …


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Prime Minister David Cameron Selfies and Women 

26 Oct 14

Image Credit: The Daily Telegraph David Cameron Selfie with Parveen Hassan Delegates at the Conservative Party Conference 2014 had opportunities to network with MP’s, Cabinet Ministers, the Prime Minister David Cameron and take a few dedicated …


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George Osborne round robin tour finding out what women really want! 

26 Oct 14

As the nation tunes into the BBC Apprentice, the Chancellor goes deeper into observing how business women truly operate.


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Women starting out, getting on, staying on and enterprise. Real choices, even the Chancellor George Osborne cannot hold us women back! 

25 Oct 14

I am aware Government has committed and taken a series of actions to address the barriers faced by women and girls in the labour market and in business.


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The British Red Cross – Personal Crisis #Refusetoignore 

18 Oct 14

The British Red Cross Staff at the Conservative Party Conference explained the varied roles the British Red Cross plays to support humanitarian responses addressing conflict, and refusing to ignore personal crisis.


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Alliance of European Conservatives and Reformists 

12 Oct 14

Alliance of European Conservatives and Reformists were visited regularly at Conservative Party Conference #CPC14 due to the very own model of Aslan! ACER at Conservative Party Conference 2014 So while it was early morning, I took a peep when he wasn’…


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British Heart Foundation- Fight against cardiovascular disease (CVD) 

11 Oct 14

I pledged my support to the fight against heart disease for World Heart Day (29 September).


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Conservative Party Highlights 2014 – Reflections Ruth Davidson MSP 

11 Oct 14

Scottish Conservative Leader Ruth Davidson MSP was the star of the Conservative Party conference 2014.


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Local Campaigns in Harborne with the Edgbaston Conservatives 

8 Aug 14

Les Jones PCC Conservative Candidate joined the local conservatives in Harborne, Edgbaston Constituency yesterday evening.


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Les Jones on the road to be the next Police and Crime Commissioner for the West Midlands 

2 Aug 14

Les Jones is not wasting anytime, getting about in preparation for the PCC election on 21st August 2014.


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Conservative Election Campaign Trails #Team2015 

2 Aug 14

As part of Team 2015, I have volunteered and campaigned to secure a better future for Britain, it’s a great way to enjoy and experience election campaign trails first hand.


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Launch of the UK National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security 2014 

14 Jun 14

As UK hosted the End Sexual Violence in Conflict Summit, the UK National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security 2014 was launched my ministers.


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#BringBackOurGirls 

28 May 14

Nadine Dorries MP along with others joined British female MPs from all parties to show support for the kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls recently.


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Conservatives campaigning for Rob4Newark 

25 May 14

Campaigners, parliamentary candidates, activists and friends gathered to show their support for the Conservative Candidate Robert Jenrick in Gingham this morning for the Newark by-election.


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David Cameron’s personal message in Bingham for Rob4Newark 

25 May 14

Conservative Bingham HQ welcomed candidates across the country to assist the campaign for Robert Jenrick.


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Theresa May is courageous 

24 May 14

Is Theresa May ready to lead the Conservative Party? George Osborne hailed May with courage today at the ConHome conference for her speech at the Police Federation held recently.


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The Girl Effect delivered by Justine Greening International Development Secretary in the West Midlands 

11 May 14

Justine Greening International Development Secretary was in the West Midlands recently, delivering a series of visits and supporting the Solihull Conservatives in the evening.


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Rana Plaza: UK swiftly bids to improve Bangladesh’s garment industry for women 

24 Apr 14

Have we taken a back seat on what has occurred since the tragedy and collapse of the Rana Plaza in terms of prevention and safety for women working in Bangladesh’s garment industry? DFID have recognised the part the UK can play to support Bangladeshi…


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Pamela Parker Conservative Women’s Organisation 

23 Apr 14

Pamela Parker, Honorary Vice President of the Conservative Women’s Organisation has passed away last week on Wednesday 16th April 2014.


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Business minded look towards Tory Rachel Maclean 

15 Mar 14

Rachel Maclean, Conservative Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Birmingham Northfield recently invited Birmingham stakeholders to officially launch the Birmingham Business Club held at Wragge and Co, the official sponsors by special invitation.


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Elizabeth Anderson – Bright star seeking election as Conservative Future Women Chair 

14 Mar 14

A committed Party member, Elizabeth Anderson is a council candidate in the upcoming London local elections, as well as holding a number of posts within Conservative Future and her local association.


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International Women’s Day Celebrations 2014 

9 Mar 14

Another round of celebrations for International Women’s Day 2014 as many tell their stories, we hear voices on global inequalities, injustice and poverty.


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Getting Women into Science – STEM 

9 Mar 14

The Confederation of British Industry CBI is making some noise on the diversity agenda for young women to take up traditional subjects in maths and physics.