Conservatives Campaigns

Conservative MEPs: Supporting the British steel industry

The British steel industry is facing unprecedented pressures following the financial crash of 2008, and - as in the rest of Europe - large scale job losses and closures have taken place.

In the UK this has included the closure of the SSI plant in Redcar and job losses at plants operated by Tata Steel. Read more...

NO BARS campaign aims improve mobile phone signal nationwide

In recent years, the mobile phone market has been accelerating at a rapid rate with UK mobile subscriptions reaching a massive 89.9 million nationwide.

Markets are rife with new and improved mobile technologies, although these technologies often fall short of what’s achievable by national communications infrastructure. Read More...

Conservative MEPs campaign to put an end to Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

It’s estimated that over 500,000 girls from across the EU suffer from being subjected to this unnecessary genital surgery.

We feel that it’s time to crack down on this barbaric practice in the UK, the EU and abroad, and through education, understanding and a more stringent adherence to the law, we believe we can start to put a stop to FGM. Read More...

Conservative MEPs campaign for the rights of business and consumers within the Digital Single Market

The internet and digital technologies are transforming our world.

But existing barriers online mean citizens often miss out on cheaper and more varied goods and services; internet companies and start-ups have their horizons limited, and businesses and governments cannot fully benefit from digital tools. Read More...

AMBER Alert: The Campaign For Improvement

Each year one million children go missing or are abducted in Europe. 76% of those children are killed within three hours of the abduction.

There is a clear need for speed in the search and rescue of these children that the current AMBER Alert system is not offering. Conservative MEP's are campaigning for the improvement of the AMBER Alert Scheme. Read More...