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Conservative councillors and activists were out in force this weekend (Saturday 16 February) in St Neots to ask the question - where has all our money gone? 

St Neots Town Council has announced the town’s reserves have reached a dangerously low level following budget discussions in January. The council’s budget determines its share of the council tax charge for the next financial year.

At a full council meeting in December, Independent Councillors proposed an eye-watering 35.4% council tax rise, passing the cost of four years of financial mismanagement on to residents.

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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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