Local News

Conor meets with Bourne Action Group

Conor had an urgent meeting with members of the Bourne Valley Action Group on Saturday 20th January. The meeting was called after residents raised serious concerns about anti-social behaviour in the area.

Conor meets with McCarthy & Stone

Conor met with Head of Public Affairs, Paul Teverson and other members of the senior management team at McCarthy & Stone to discuss Government proposals for the building of retirement homes.

Conor visits Talbot Primary School

Conor visited Talbot Primary School on 9th February. The visit started with an assembly for the Key Stage 2 students. The assembly was a chance for the kids to ask Conor what a Member of Parliament does and what working in Parliament is like.

Conor attends Bournemouth University Refresher Fair

Conor was invited by Bournemouth University Student Union to join the Refresher Fair on Thursday 8th February. The purpose of the event was for students in Bournemouth to re-explore the wider opportunities that they may have missed at the first Fair in September.

Conor visits with Nuffield Health Bournemouth

Conor was invited by Hospital Director, David McNair, to Nuffield Health Bournemouth on 19th January. The visit was an opportunity for Conor to observe first-hand the hospitals care to private and NHS patients across Dorset.

Conor presents awards at Bournemouth School

Conor visited Bournemouth School for their annual prize giving ceremony for academic excellence and services to the school and wider community at the invitation of Dr Dorian Lewis, Headteacher of Bournemouth School.

Supporting our NHS

Conservatives have increased health funding to a record level – so people get the care they need. We committed to increasing NHS spending by a minimum of £8 billion in real terms over the next five years. We have also in the Budget provided the NHS with £2.8 billion of funding to 2019-20.

Housing the nation

Conservatives in government are investing £44 billion to deliver an average of 300,000 new homes a year. We’re investing £44 billion to reach an average 300,000 new homes per year and, at the Autumn Budget 2017, we announced a comprehensive package which will raise housing supply by the end of th