Unemployment continues to fall

The Conservatives excellent record on unemployment continues with the announcement today that unemployment fell, again, by another 75,000 to July. The rate remains at its lowest since 1975. 

European Withdrawal Bill moves through Parliament

Last night the UK Parliament took a significant decision to back the will of the British people and vote for a bill which will give certainty and clarity ahead of the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.

UK's first ever 'Plot shop' opens in Bicester

Last week, Housing and Planning Minister Alok Sharma officially opened the UK’s first ‘plot shop’. Located in Bicester’s Pioneer Square, the shop will sell plots of land on the Graven Hill site to people who want to build their own homes.

Banbury and Bicester Conservatives respond with anger to Horton decisions

Today, at a board meeting of the Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group, committee members voted on several proposals affecting service provision at the Horton General Hospital.

In light of their decisions, Banbury and Bicester Conservatives have issued the following statement:

Banbury Conservatives rally round the Horton General Hospital at HOSC

At yesterday’s extraordinary meeting of Oxfordshire County Council's Joint Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee, Banbury Conservatives, together with Victoria Prentis MP, strongly rejected the Clinical Commissioning Groups plans for significant service change at the Horton General Hospital.