Greenwich needs an Opposition – and it seems the voters agree

Our final pitch to voters in the council elections
Our final pitch to voters in the Greenwich Council elections last Thursday

The results of last Thursday’s local election are in, and despite Labour’s plan to win all 51 seats on Greenwich Council this year, we held all nine Conservative seats at the Town Hall – actually winning one more seat than at the last full set of local elections four years ago.

In a borough where Conservative grassroots members are outnumbered by Labour members by more than 10 to 1, this trend-bucking result represents a significant setback for Greenwich Labour – and could contribute to big changes in Greenwich politics in the years ahead. Continue reading Greenwich needs an Opposition – and it seems the voters agree

Our manifesto for a strong Opposition in Greenwich

Manifesto-Twitter-0-MainGraphicToday Greenwich Conservatives have launched A strong, independent voice for you – our manifesto for the 2018 Greenwich Council elections.  Most local election manifestos set out what a political party would do if it took over the running of the council after the election.  This one doesn’t do that.

Instead, we are asking for residents to support us in these local elections to ensure our borough continues to have a strong Opposition Group at the Town Hall. Continue reading Our manifesto for a strong Opposition in Greenwich