Post-Brexit Economy Discussion Paper

The UK is leaving the EU, albeit seven months later than originally expected, so the CPF has a real opportunity to help shape the Post-Brexit Economy.

Despite the present deadlock in Parliament and widespread feelings of disillusionment that this has generated across the country, No.10 and the Party are looking to the CPF to understand the views of its members and supporters more than ever before. That is in part because the CPF is continuing to grow (with 56 new groups formed in the past year alone and overall active participation up by around 10%).

Therefore, following our recent discussions on Global Britain and Sustaining Democracy, now is the time for us to let the Party leadership know how the country can build on its past success and current strengths to ensure a prosperous future for all.

Be sure that the views of your local association are heard! What should a fair Conservative tax offer look like? How should public services be fairly funded? Which services should be funded purely by local communities? Download the discussion paper and response form from our websWe are also pleased to be able to share with you the formal response from Downing Street to our national policy discussion on disability and inclusion and our subsequent roundtable meeting at No.10.

We look forward to hearing from you and your group on this crucial topic at this vital point in the history of our Party and country.



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