My name is Stephen Oliver and I am a Conservative party activist in Cambridge. I stood as Conservative candidate for Newnham in the 2010 Cambridge City Council elections and as campaign manager for Nick Hillman during the 2010 general election.
My political priorities are providing "value for money" government and open procurement, giving residents more say in their local area and making Cambridge a safer, cleaner and more fulfilling place to live.
Monthly Archives: March 2010
There is an open consultation on the Cambridge City Council website (see http://www.cambridge.gov.uk/ccm/content/transport-and-streets/cycling-and-walking/cycle-route-consultation.en) that affects many residents of Newnham and Cambridge.
As I was walking through Newnham yesterday, I was approached by a local resident who was anxious to raise a significant planning issue that affects the ward. I will write about that issue in another post, but what struck about … Continue reading
Below is a copy of a letter I have sent to the Cambridge News in response to an article in their Tuesday edition about South Cambridgeshire Conservative Association contacting their supporters to raise £20,000 for the election.
The new Conservative policy statement leading into the last 2 months of the present Labour government (probably) was unveiled in Brighton a week ago and needs to become a mantra: Act on Debt Get Britain working Make Britain family friendly … Continue reading
Via Tory Bear, with thanks to Old Holborn.