Conservative MP, Douglas Carswell, visits RHUL to talk about his new book "The End of Politics and the Birth of iDemocracy"
Runnymede Council Chamber for the evening of Tuesday 13 November from 7,00 until 10.00pm, a final opportunity for the people of Surrey to listen to and put their questions to all the candidates. We would be grateful if you could publicise “The Runnymede PCC Debate” to all your supporters and all others who you are able to contact by email, telephone or any other means
St George's Hill Branch - Christmas Drinks
A new Conservative Future Branch is launched in Runnymede & Weybridge, it is launched from the RHULCA and teh link below will take you to their Facebook page - why not take a look
Weybridge Conservatives hold Chertsey Meads & New Haw Wards in last nights by-elections. Congrats Mark Madox & Peter Boast
Why do we need Police and Crime
Police and Crime Commissioners will ensure that
local people have a say in local policing priorities. They will make communities safer by cutting crime and link their police forces more closely to the people they ser ve.
PCCs will also hold the local chief constable to account for the deliver y and per formance of the force. The introduction of PCCs will mean for the first time the public will be able to directly vote for an individual to represent their community’s policing needs.
Julie has lived in Surrey for over 25 years and for the last ten of these has been a Surrey Magistrate.
Her work has also included serving as Chairman of the South East Surrey Youth panel, as a youth justice advisor, and working as a committee member for Surrey Crimestoppers.
Local Conservative Police and Crime Commissioner Candidate, Julie Iles, has welcomed a fall in overall crime in Surrey.
Official figures produced by the Office for National Statistics show that total recorded crime in Surrey fell by 5% in the twelve months to March 2012. Nationally recorded crime fell by 4% and the number of recorded crimes fell to below four million for the first time in more than 20 years.
Douglas Carswell vists RHUL to talk about his new book, "The End of Politics and the Birth of iDemocracy"