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CONSERVATIVES WELCOME CHANCELLOR'S BOOST TO NHS

Conservatives in Wolverhampton have welcomed news from the Chancellor's Autumn Statement this week of a £2 billion boost to the National Health Service and promised to ensure that the City's own NHS services receive their fair share of the extra funding.

CONSERVATIVES SAY NO TO EXCESSIVE CARE HOME EXPANSION

Conservatives in Tettenhall have spoken up against the expansion of a care home in Wrottesley Road which, residents have complained, would turn the site into a major commercial development in the middle of an otherwise purely residential area.

CITY'S EDUCATION WOES MAKE TRAFFIC WORSE

Wolverhampton's recent failures in education are causing so many parents to drive miles to seek better schooling for their children that it adds substantially to the City's traffic problems, say local Conservatives.

"GREATER BRUM" DEAL COOKED UP IN PANIC, SAY CONSERVATIVES

Conservatives in Wolverhampton have condemned Labour leaders across the West Midlands for a lack of respect for voters after it emerged that they had suddenly reached a deal over what has been called "Greater Birmingham"

Councillor calls for crossing aid in Merry Hill

A Conservative Councillor in the Merry Hill area of Wolverhampton has called on the City Council to install a central refuge at a junction after a school crossing patrol was removed.

CONSERVATIVES: WHAT'S HAPPENING WITH WARSTONES CENTRE?

Conservatives in the Merry Hill area of Wolverhampton have expressed deep concern over the future of a long-standing community after finding that the Council has no plans to find a new use for it.

CITY STILL TOPS JOBLESS LEAGUE... AND THE GAP IS GETTING WIDER

Conservatives in Wolverhampton have repeated calls for a radical overhaul of how the Council works to promote business after latest jobless figures revealed that, for the second month running, the City has the clear highest percentage of any local authority area in the UK of people claiming Jobseeker's Allowance, with the gap getting wider.