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Livingstone plans another inflation-busting tax rise

London Conservatives have pledged to fight Ken Livingstone’s plans for another inflation-busting levy from council tax payers in the capital. Bob Neill, Conservative Leader in the London Assembly, said his group would provide “strenuous opposition” after the Mayor unveiled his Budget for 2005, which includes a £17.28 – or 7.16% - jump in next year’s council tax precept, more than four times the rate of inflation.

Winter update from John Bowis OBE - MEP for London

Christmas looked like being delayed for the new European Commission. We welcomed the Centre-Right Mr Barroso to the Presidency but then the poor man had to allocate posts to the men and women nominated by their Governments to serve as Commissioners.

 

The law should protect honest citizens not criminals

Alistair Craig, Conservative Parliamentary Spokesman for Greenwich & Woolwich added his support to the Conservati

Alistair Craig interviewed on Time FM

After it was revealed that Greenwich Borough had ranked eighth from bottom in the country for Key Stage 2 test scor

Greenwich Council Tax might soar to £1,232 a year

Alistair Craig, Parliamentary Candidate for Greenwich & Woolwich, warned this week that the Government wa

Greenwich Borough near bottom in latest school results

The results have been released of the key stage 2  test scores in English, Maths, and Science,

Action to give Greenwich's resident a foot up the housing ladder

Alistair Craig, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Greenwich & Woolwich, added his backing this week to

Conservatives delighted over Council's three pools commitment

Conservatives today are delighted after Greenwich council accepted their motion for three pools – one of which would

Queen’s Speech: Time to turn talk into action

Alistair Craig, Conservative Candidate for Greenwich & Woolwich has called on the Government to ‘stop talking and start acting’ after Tony Blair’s eighth Queen’s Speech was used to kick-start the Labour Party’s campaign for the General Election.  With an election expected in around five month’s time, Tony Blair used the Speech to ask people to trust him to deliver after 7 and a half years spent focusing on the wrong priorities.

Judge the Labour Goverment on their actions, not their words

The Labour Government is failing to tackle what matters to people.

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