Huntingdon Constituency Conservative Association

The Huntingdon constituency is made up of the towns of Huntingdon, St Neots, St Ives and Godmanchester along with many villages. Here you will find information on:

We are a strong members organisations and we would like to hear your views so please browse our site and get in contact to let us know what you think!

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Figures released today by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) show the number of people in work has risen to a record high. The number of people in work rose 141,000 on the quarter and 328,000 on the year to an all-time high of 32.53 million. There are nearly 3.5 million more people in work since the Conservatives came to office in 2010.

Today’s figures show:

·         Wages grew by 3.3%. Inflation was at 2.3% in November 2018, meaning wages continue to rise faster than prices.

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Event: St Ives Curry Lunch

Sunday, 27th January 2019
HCCA will be holding a Curry Lunch at The Montaz, St Ives on the afternoon of Su...

National News

Respect Pledge for local elections

Today (3 March 2018) the Conservative Party Chairman Brandon Lewis unveiled the Party’s Respect Pledge. The pledge will apply to all Conservative candidates standing in the local elections this year, ensuring they behave responsibly throughout the election.

Increased pay for NHS workers

Using the funds that the Chancellor allocated at the Budget, we've set out proposals that will see wage rises of between 6.5 per cent and 29 per cent for over 1.1 million NHS workers in England

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If there is a national or local issue that you would like to raise with Jonathan, please feel welcome to use the following contact details;

Write to Jonathan at: Centenary House, St Mary's Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3PE.

Telephone: 01480 453062.

E-mail: jonathan@jonathandjanogly.com

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