April 2004

European Manifesto launched

Leader of the Party, Michael Howard, has launched the Conservatives' European Manifesto, Putting Britain First.

Crime still rising in Greenwich

Figures out today from the Metropolitan Police Authority show that crime is still rising in the London Borough of Greenwich.

"Make women safer" - Norris campaign

Steve Norris has launched a seven-point plan aimed at making women feel safer on the streets of London.  When elected Mayor in the June 10 election, the Conservative candidate would introduce teams of security officers to guard Tube trains and buses after 10 pm, would clean up stations and introduce more CCTV cameras and special "panic-buttons", and would crackdown hard on illegal mini-cab drivers.

Zero tolerance for London's criminals

Steve Norris has stepped up his bid to become London's mayor with a pledge to confront the capital's crime crisis with a New York-style "zero tolerance" law and order crackdown. Launching the first of a series of new campaign posters, the Conservative candidate said he would recruit the team set up by former mayor Rudy Giuliani - which slashed New York's crime rate by two thirds in just eight years.

Council employs most PR workers

Greenwich Council has finished top in a survey into the number of public relations staff being employe

Greenwich Conservatives' Spring Quiz

Greenwich Conservatives' Spring Quiz took place last night at the Progress Hall in Eltham.  Twenty one teams took part

Charlton director appointed new BBC Chairman

Conservatives have welcomed the appointment of Michael Grade, a director and lifelong supporterof our local football club Charlton Athletic, a

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