About the Conservative Policy Forum (CPF).
"The CPF plays a key role in ensuring that Party members have the opportunity to help shape Government Policy. We need to make the most of all of the talent that exists within our Party, and harness our members' enthusiasm" (The Rt. Hon. Theresa May MP, Prime Minister and Leader of the Conservative Party).
The CPF is a national Party group that gives Conservatives (Party members and non-Party members) opportunities to discuss the major policy challenges facing Britain at CPF Meetings. With almost 250 active groups across the country, a fantastic voluntary team and strong professional support from CCHQ, the CPF has a vital role at the heart of the Conservative Party.
The CPF Management Committee has a direct line to the Prime Minister's Policy Unit and Government Ministers - a programme of regular national policy discussions, members' surveys and video conferences attended by leading members of the Conservative Party. This means that the CPF has a very real say in Party policies, and can help to steer the Party in a favourable direction.
As the Conservative Party MP's implement the next Conservative manifesto and start formulating a vision for the years ahead, it is as important as ever that they demonstrate how only the Conservatives will make the difficult decisions needed to secure a better and brighter future for Britain.
The CPF Management Committee has played an important role in recent years, providing a number of ideas to MP's that have gone on to become Party and Government policy. However, this couldn't have been possible without the ideas given to them by the people who attend CPF Meetings.
Conservative voters made a real difference to the outcome of the 2015 and 2017 general elections. There is a genuine recognition at the top of the Party that the views of ALL Conservatives need to be sought and heard.
The CPF Flyer is available for downloading at the bottom of this article.
The next CPF Discussion Paper and Meeting.
The next paper will be on "The Post-Brexit Economy", and will be published on the week starting Monday 6th May 2019. The SSCA will be holding a meeting to discuss this paper. Details will be published on this page once they are known.
Feedback on the most recent topic.
The most recent paper was on "Sustaining Democracy". Feedback that the CPF Management Committee received will be on the CPF website in the near future. A link will be provided to it on this page when it is published.
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