TACT: Conservative Party Fringe
Monday, 5 October 2009
Conservative Fringe, Mon 5 Oct, from 12.15 to 2.00pm, Manchester Central Conference Centre
(jointly organised with the Family Rights Group - FRG)
Chair: Cassandra Jardine, Journalist - Daily Telegraph
Speakers: Tim Loughton - MP - Shadow Minister, DCFS
Councillor Shireen Ritchie, Lead for children's services in Kensington and Chelsea and Chair of the LGA Children and Young People's Board
Kevin Williams, TACT Chief Executive
Cathy Ashley, FRG Chief Executive
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Conservative conference 2006 and fringe events
politics.co.uk brings you all the news and events from the Conservative party conference 2005 in Blackpool.
The Tory party conference begins tomorrow in Birmingham, with delegates already making their way to Britain's second city and David Cameron set to arrive this afternoon.
Ostracised Conservative MP Howard Flight has said he will not be standing as an independent at the general election.
One hundred and thirty MPs have backed the eurosceptic amendment, in what initially appears to be an even greater setback for the prime minister than expected.
A Conservative party spokesman describes Andy Coulson's severance payments as a "private matter".
The Conservative party has ruled out the prospect of immediate tax cuts if it won power in the next parliamentary elections.
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