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Explained: A deal that takes back control

"The choice was this deal, which enables us to take back control and to build a brighter future for our country, or going back to square one with more division, more uncertainty and a failure to deliver on the referendum."

Budget 2018 Quiz

Take our interactive Quiz to find out what the Budget 2018 means

Welfare Secretary visits Warrington

The Government Minister responsible for Universal Credit, Esther McVey MP has told Warrington Conservatives that she has been listening to the concerns of claimants, constituents, charities and welfare organisations since becoming Secretary of State, allowing her to make changes and adapt the new

Additional winter social care funding for Warrington

Today, the government has announced how much additional funding local authorities in England will receive to ease pressures over winter thanks to our balanced approach to the economy, including £823,737 for Warrington Borough Council.

Warrington benefits from Record Employment

Figures released today show that youth unemployment has fallen by over a half since 2010 – while the unemployment rate remains at its lowest level in over four decades.

Youth unemployment has halved since 2010

Youth unemployment has halved since 2010; real wages for workers have grown for the seventh consecutive month; overall unemployment is at its lowest since 1975.