Campaigns

Raising awareness about veterans’ mental health

Darren Henry from Shrewton, Wiltshire is taking part in the#22PushUpChallenge to help raise awareness about veterans’ mental health and PTSD. To take part, post a video to social media using the #22PushUpChallenge and donate £5 to Combat Stress by texting PTSD22 to 70004.

Zac Goldsmith for Mayor of London.

The elections on Thursday 5 May are an opportunity to say ‘yes’ to a strong team who will get things done and provide quality local public services.

Vote for Angus Macpherson on 5th May 2016

The 2016 Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) elections are being held on 5 May 2016.
Building on the strong foundations of three and a half years of service is the goal for Wiltshire’s current Conservative Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Angus Macpherson.
In his first term Angus Macpherson has focussed on prevention of crime and anti-social behaviour, protecting the most vulnerable, putting witnesses and victims first and securing high quality services.

Vote for Angus

At a meeting of Conservative members from across the seven constituencies in Wiltshire and Swindon, Angus Macpherson was reselected as the candidate for the Police and Crime Commissioner election to be held in May. Angus was the first elected PCC when elections were held in November 2012.Following the meeting of Conservative Party members, which was held in Devizes on Friday, 7 August, Angus said:

Thank you

Thank you to the 10,174 people who voted for me to be their Conservative MP in Wolverhampton North East. Whilst we did not turn the 'Black Country Blue' this time, we laid the foundations and now with a Conservative majority Government, we must build on them.