Conservative Policy Forum (CPF)

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CPF

What is the CPF?

The Conservative Policy Forum is the party's grassroots-led think tank that bridges the gap between members and ministers. CPF offers people across the country an opportunity to discuss and design solutions to the policy challenges facing Britain today, and have their say in the national discussion which is fed directly to the Prime Minister's Policy Unit and Government Ministers.

It is as important as ever that we demonstrate how only the Conservatives will make the difficult decisions needed to secure a better and brighter future for Britain. With 250 groups across the country, a fantastic voluntary team and strong professional support from CCHQ, the CPF has a vital role at the heart of the Conservative Party.

OUR NEXT CPF MEETING WILL BE HELD ONLINE ON WEDNESDAY, 9TH SEPTEMBER 2020 - REGISTER HERE

The CPF continue to work closely with No 10’s Policy Unit and were pleased to see many of your suggestions in the manifesto; they are certainly listening to CPF members. One of their biggest innovations this year is the Party's new website and interactive area set up by their digital officer, Katrina Sale. Please have a look at the new website www.conservativepolicyforum.co.uk and sign up for the online debates and Q and A sessions. 

Thank you to those who registered as a member of the local WWCG CPF. Please do encourage fellow Conservative members to join the CPF Group. Simply click HERE We would also encourage our Conservative Party Members to complete our surveys even if you are unable to attend our monthly meetings.

WWCG CPF awarded Directors Award

At Conference last year, attended by over 110 local members, the hard work of Richie Stubbs, and the Wandsworth and Wimbledon Conservative Policy Forum was recognised at the highest level. 

The WWCG CPF was awarded a Directors Award for the ‘Most Original Submission’.

Thanks go to Richie Stubbs and all members of our local CPF for their valued contribution.

New CPF Chairman, Director's Awards and Discussion Papers Update - CLICK HERE FOR A FULL UPDATE