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CWO Forum Report: Brexit What Next?

CWO 26-Jun-2017 NATIONAL:  Monday June 26th 2017 Committee Room 19, House of Commons Chair: Julie Iles, National Chairman, Conservative Women’s Organisation; Jacob Rees-Mogg, Member of Parliament for North East Somerset; Adam Chapman, Head of Public Law, Kingsley Napley LLP; and Kevin Green, Chief...  Read More

Good Luck to all Conservative Women Candidates!

CWO 08-Jun-2017 NATIONAL: Here's to all the fabulous, amazing, talented women we have standing in the General Election - especially all those that have come through CWO Development! They've been out with newborn babies, broken FitBit records, got drenched and sunburnt, put up with abuse and threats - and have come through smiling. It's still not 100 years since women got the vote, so every one of them need to be applauded for ...  Read More

CWO Hastings Launch

CWO 25-Feb-2017 SOUTHERN: The new Chairman for CWO Hastings, Sally-Ann Hart, was delighted to hold a launch event for this group on Saturday 25th February 2017. Sally-Ann was joined at the event by Margaret Baker, CWO Southern Region Chairman, Gillian Keegan, Director, Women2Win and former MP for Hastings and Rye, Jacqui Lait. The event attracted an enthusistic group of people, and Margaret looks forward to seeing the group growing and prospering. ...  Read More

CWO Forum Report: Empowering Women to Work

CWO 15-Nov-2016 NATIONAL: CWO Forum: Empowering Women to Work at Any Stage and Any Age Tuesday November 15th 2016 Committee Room 14  The House of Commons On the panel were: Flick Drummond MP (Chair) – Member of Parliament for Portsmouth South and Chair of the Women and Work APPG Damian Hinds MP – Minister of Employment at the Department of Work and Pensions...  Read More

Congratulations to Theresa May

CWO 11-Jul-2016 NATIONAL: The congratulations of everyone in the CWO go to the Rt Hon Theresa May MP, who today became the Conservative Party Leader and will become Prime Minister on Wednesday 12th July 2016. As only our second woman Prime Minister - both Conservatives - we celebrate that she is indeed a woman but also that she's the 'best man for the job'. Theresa will be a formidable PM, and is more than capable in negotiating with the EU over Brexit. Since entering parliame...  Read More
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