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4.4% swing to Conservatives in Bude North and Stratton By-election

Liberal Democrats saw their majority in the Bude North and Stratton by-election plummet by almost 400 votes following a 4.4% swing to the Conservatives.

Conservative Party Agent Bob Davidson said, "Whilst we are obviously disappointed that we missed on this opportunity to represent the people of Bude North and Stratton the party will continue to do its utmost to continue to win over more and more voters through hard work and by getting the best for the area. We would like to thank all those who supported Trevor by canvassing, delivering and by voting for him."

Full result: LibDem HOLD Bude North & Stratton: LD 958, Con 395, Lab 120, Ind 93. Swing LD>Conservatives from '09: 4.4%.

Cornish MP Sarah Newton welcomed by North Cornwall Conservatives

St Breward Branch of the North Cornwall Conservative Association held a most successful Summer Drinks Party at Lower Hamatethy, home of Hon Sec Mrs Yo Hall. The gardens were looking stunning and despite the less than perfect weather many guests enjoyed exploring as well as sampling the delicious canapés and bubbly. Sarah Newton, MP for Truro ad Falmouth spoke briefly on the activities of the current coalition government and then answered some challenging questions. Branch President John Alford thanked both the organising team and hostess and the speaker for her attendance. She then drew the raffle and later stayed for a private supper with the Branch Committee members.

North Cornwall Conservatives and NO to AV

North Cornwall Conservatives at a recent meeting showed their support for the No Campaign.   It has become clear that AV is the wrong voting system for Britain.  AV is an unfair, expensive and discredited voting system, that allows the candidate who comes third to win elections. 

North Cornwall launches new website

Thank you for your support at the last election. Because of you, David Cameron is the first Conservative Prime Minister in 13 years and the Government’s plans to build a strong economy and a big society are in full swing. Now, to help us communicate with you, we've launched this new local website.