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

There are currently 36 Conservative County Councillors (13 LibDems, 6 Labour ). For the 2017 County Council elections on 4 May 2017, we fielded 55 candidates in all 53 divisions 51 single member, and 2 two member). Click on the People page to find out more about our current County Councillors.

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 MEPs 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.

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Nick Rushton announces new Cabinet Team for the new Term

Leicestershire County Council Conservative Group leader Nick Rushton has today announced his new Cabinet team for the new term.

Nick Rushton said, “I have appointed eight members to my new team. This is a reduction of 20% and I’ve merged a couple of departmental responsibilities. We have to make savings in the new administration and this shows we are serious about reducing the cost of democracy.”  

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