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Figures out today have shown a 3 per cent rise in the number of people in England applying for university from last year.

Criminal barrister Alex Chalk has been selected as the new Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Cheltenham ahead of the 2015 General Election.

Stephen Double, a local business owner and councillor, has been selected as the Conservative Party’s Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for St. Austell and Newquay.

Today, the government unveiled the next phase of the £32 billion HS2 high speed rail link which will link Birmingham, Manchester, Toton in the East Midlands, Sheffield and Leeds.

Cabinet Ministers are visiting towns across the North of England today, calling on sites of industry, transport and business to hear how the government’s plans are helping those in the region.

Cabinet Ministers are visiting towns across the North of England today, calling on sites of industry, transport and business to hear how the government’s plans are helping those in the region.

Crime has fallen by eight per cent, according to the latest figures from the independent Office for National Statistics. People's experience of crime as recorded by the Crime Survey for England and Wales is now at its lowest level since the survey began.

A group of business leaders have offered their support to the Prime Minister’s vision for a new relationship with Europe.

David Cameron announces that a re-elected Conservative Government would negotiate a new settlement in the European Union, and then let the British people decide in an in-out referendum.

The latest employment figures show that there are more people in work than ever before, as employment rises and unemployment continues to fall.