Building on our shared history and values, whilst retaining a cultural focus, should serve as a model for how towns across Britain can thrive in the future.
The Conservative Policy Forum should set up permanent subject groups in areas of policy which matter to our members.
If there was genuine competition throughout the collection and processing sector we would see a greater range of products becoming economically viable.
Just as high performing and well-led schools were allowed to convert to being academies, good local councils should have the chance of financial independence.
If we listen to residents and provide good homes, then development can be popular.
We have built up a rapport with the Nepalese community. The key planks of their culture are profoundly Conservative.
So could the Government please try to keep it that way until the local elections are done and dusted next week?