Conservative Policy Forum

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 M.P.)

The CPF is a national Party group that gives members the opportunity to discuss the major policy challenges facing Britain. 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. With a direct line to the Prime Minister's Policy Unit and Government Ministers, a programme of regular national policy discussions, members' surveys, video conferences with leading members of the Party and round table discussions at 10 Downing Street, its members have a real say in the direction our Party is taking.

CPF Members have played an important role in recent years, providing a number of ideas that have gone on to become Party and Government policy, and the work of its members out on the ground 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 members need to be sought and heard.

As we implement our Conservative manifesto and formulate our vision for the years ahead, it is as important as ever that we demonstrate how only the Conservatives will make the difficult decisions needed to secure a better and brighter future for Britain.

The CPF's Flyer is available for downloading at the bottom of this article.

    The Next CPF Discussion Paper & Meeting.

    The next discussion paper is on "Values-Based Policy-Making".

    After the 2017 general election, the CPF led a Party-wide consultation into Conservative values. Now, with the election of a new Party Leader and new Prime Minister, we want to give Members the opportunity to reflect again on who we are as a Party and how our values should be reflected in the policies that we seek to champion and implement.

    The discussion paper is here.

    The SSCA will be holding a meeting to discuss this paper.

    Date: Wednesday 16th October 2019

    Time: 7:00pm

    Address: South Staffordshire Conservative Association, 4 Station Road, Codsall, South Staffordshire, WV8 1BX

    Attachments

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    The Conservative Policy Forum's Flyer.pdf 988.92 KB