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Outgoing KUCA Chairman Expresses Thanks to CCCA

A report given to the Canterbury Conservative Association Executive Council on Thursday, June 19 by Tyler Dennis, the outgoing chairman of the Kent University Conservative Association.

Council Leader vows to help local businesses

Cantebury City Council leader John Gilbey is "strongly pushing" for a scheme to allow as many local businesses to benefit from Business Rate relief as possible ahead of a meeting of the Council's Executive meeting on April 10.

Join Our 2015 Action Team

With both the General Election and Canterbury City Council elections coming up in May 2015, we are busy finalising our database of campaigners who want to help us ensure we win as many votes as possible at the ballot box.

Stuart Walker for Barham Downs

Following the death of Barham Downs councillor, our late Association chairman Bill Oakey, our candidate to succeed him at the by-election, to be held on March 13, is Adisham-based retail manager Stuart Walker.

The Folly of Raising Income Tax

Under this Conservative-led collation government everybody in the UK will be paying less in income tax. However, if Labour have a sniff of power in 2015 they have pledged to raise the top rate, known as the "additional rate", back to 50%. Barton Ward Canterbury City Councillor Steven Williams shares his thoughts.

The Folly of Raising Income Tax

Under this Conservative-led collation government everybody in the UK will be paying less in income tax. However, if Labour have a sniff of power in 2015 they have pledged to raise the top rate, known as the "additional rate", back to 50%. Barton Ward Canterbury City Councillor Steven Williams shares his thoughts.