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This is the website of the Conservative Group on Leicestershire County Council.

There are currently 29 Conservative County Councillors (13 LibDems, 10 Labour and 2 UKIP). Click on the People page to find out more about us.

This is the website where Leicestershire Conservative County Councillors can publish press releases, explain their work, and you can find the contact details should you need some help on a county related issue in your area.  The East Midlands Conservative MEP and all the Conservative MPs representing constituencies in the county are also listed on the People page, along with their contact details and websites, where available.

You can get in touch with us by clicking on the Contact details page.

Please keep in touch as we aim to add news items on a regular basis.  If you are already using Twitter, you can join hundreds of others and follow our Tweet updates @LeicsCC_Cons

Featured Story

Tuesday, 14 April, 2015
Ivan Ould, the Chairman of the F40 Group of least funded local authorities for education, today makes the following comments on the launch of the Conservative Party general election manifesto welcoming news of fairer funding to local schools

Local News

Friday, 12 December, 2014
County leader Nick Rushton launched the 2015/16 Budget consultation on 9th December 2014 with a warning that unless the Government agreed a fairer...
Friday, 12 December, 2014
A deal between Leicestershire County Council and Melton Borough Council brings the dream of a leisure centre for Melton borough residents one step...
Friday, 7 November, 2014
County leader Nick Rushton meets up with local residents and Conservative county councillors Ruth Camamile & Janice Richards for a tour of...

National News

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The Childcare Bill will double free childcare available for all working parents of 3 and 4 year-olds to 30 hours a week. And to underline...