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Daughters in the press

The female power base that helped Theresa May win her day, 18th September 2016 – Financial Times

Fathers must talk to their daughters about politics to ensure more women become MPs, says Theresa May, 15th Sept 2016 – The Telegraph

Labour's leadership election: whoever wins, the country loses

By Patrick McLoughlin, Conservative Party Chairman The spectacle of Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith traipsing round the country engaged in a bidding war for the Labour leadership has been profoundly depressing for all of us who care about the future of our country.

Daughters

Women2Win launches Daughters 

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Building an economy that works for everyone

Today’s employment statistics show that with 31.77 million people in work, employment remains at a record high of 74.5%, while unemployment stands at 4.9%. This is the lowest for over a decade.Over the last six years Conservatives have created more than 2.5 million jobs.

Britain, the great meritocracy

 A message from the Prime Minister:When I stood in Downing Street as Prime Minister for the first time, I set out my mission to build a country that works for everyone.

Britain is open for business

The 2015/16 Inward Investment Report shows that the UK remains the best place in Europe for business to invest. And that means more jobs for people in Britain.Since 2010 390,000 new jobs have been created as a result of foreign direct investment.

Tackling racial inequality to build a country that works for everyone

The Prime Minister is launching an unprecedented audit of public services to help end the burning injustices many people face across Britain.It will highlight the differences in outcomes for people of different backgrounds, in every area from health to education, childcare to welfare, employment,

West Midlands Mayoral Selection

Applications are now open for the West Midlands Mayoral Selection process for devolved authorities for the 2017 Mayoral Elections.

The Key Commitments:

Women2Win in The Economist

Our Director, Gillian Keegan, was interviewed for a piece in the Economist titled The Struggle Continues. The article details how women are in leadership positions in Westminster, Holyrood and Stormont, but equality is still far off - women are vastly underrepresented in all other ranks.