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Help for long term unemployed in Wrexham

Those in Wrexham who have been unemployed for a long period of time are set to receive extra help, after a new Government initiative launched last month.

Crime at its Lowest Level since Records Began

Crime has fallen to its lowest level since 1981, when records began. Both recorded crime and the survey of people’s experience of crime show that crime has fallen by more than ten per cent under this Government, to its lowest level since records began. In North Wales, crime has also fallen again. There have been reductions in burglary, criminal damage, arson and vehicle offences.

Congratulations to Dr Kay Swinburne

Congratulations go to Dr KaySwinburne who was recently reelected as Conservative MEP for Wales, following the European Elections on May 22nd. She is seen here ( second on the right) ,with Officers from Wrexham Conservatives ,during her campaign.

Quiz Champions

Wrexham Conservatives held their annual Quiz Night at the Belmont Hotel in April. 

Chris Grayling Visits Wrexham

Secretary of State for Justice Chris Grayling addressed a well attended event of Wrexham Conservatives on Saturday. Following his wide ranging speech which included issues such as welfare reform, the upcoming Euro referendum vote and his own portfolio of Justice, there was a lively discussion on legal aid reform.

Salmon Sunday Success with Esther McVey MP

Wrexham Conservatives held a Salmon Lunch at Llwyn Onn this Sunday. The event was attended by Wirral West MP Esther McVey who spoke about the need to improve communications both inside and outside the Conservative Party to highlight the success stories of the Government. The others stars of the day were Roger and Vanessa's four week old puppies, ten in total, which were a huge hit with young and old alike.

Welsh Labour failing Wales

What has the Welsh Labour Government done for Wales:
 
The deepest NHS cuts of any UK Nation, the biggest in the history of the Welsh NHS - Yet this needn’t have been the case. The UK Government provided funding for the English NHS to protect its budget in real terms and gave the Welsh Labour Government funding so that it could do the same. It failed to pass this on to our Welsh NHS.

Boundary Commission Proposals

Wrexham Association Chairman responds to the Boundary Commission proposals.We have studied the responses received during the recent consultation process and firmly believe the Commission’s original proposals are still the best option for Wrexham, North Wales and Wales as a whole. Any major changes would have a domino effect across North Wales, in fact the counter proposals would have that effect across the whole of Wales.

Other than a small adjustment in the Ruabon/Penycae wards it is our conclusion therefore that the Boundary Commission should implement their proposals as they stand.