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The British people have voted to leave the European Union and their will must be respected

The country has just taken part in a giant democratic exercise, perhaps the biggest in our history. Over 33 million people from England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Gibraltar, have all had their say. We should be proud of the fact that in these islands, we trust the people with these big decisions. We not only have a parliamentary democracy but on questions about the arrangements for how we are governed, there are times when it is right to ask the people themselves, and that is what we have done. We not only have a parliamentary democracy but on questions about the arrangements for how we are governed, there are times when it is right to ask the people themselves, and that is what we have done. 

A One Nation Queen’s Speech

Today the Queen delivered a One Nation Queen’s Speech from a One Nation Government. When we came to office in 2010, our urgent task was to get the British economy going again. With the strengthening economy moving in the right direction, we can be ambitious in our plans to deliver for the hardworking people of Britain.

A new National Living Wage

At the last election, the British people backed us to finish the job we started and today, right across our country, millions of people will be going to work and earning more.

Philip Seccombe welcomes fall in crime

Conservative Candidate for Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Philip Seccombe, has welcomed news that crime has fallen by more than a quarter since 2010, according to the independent Crime Survey for England and Wales.

Conservatives pick Les for police election

A Dudley Councillor has been picked by the Conservative Party as their candidate for West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner. Party activists in the region gave the nod to Les Jones, 60, following a special meeting at the Knowle Royal Britsh Legion Club in Solihull.

Philip and Prime Minister talk Warwickshire policing at Downing Street

Discussions have taken place at Downing Street about tackling crime and improving policing throughout Warwickshire. It follows a meeting arranged by Philip Seccombe, Conservative candidate for Police and Crime Commissioner, and Prime Minister David Cameron at No 10.