Local News

An update from Jonathan Lord about the RMT Strike

Jonathan Lord believes that the current strikes taking place on South Western Railway are completely unnecessary and a disgraceful disruption of services to all those train users who rely on them.

Conservatives Remain Largest Party on Woking Borough Council

Following the local elections on Thursday 2 May, the Conservatives remain the largest party on Woking Borough Council, holding 14 out of 30 seats.  We were particularly pleased to see Ayesha Azad, Melanie Whitehand and Colin Kemp re-elected in Heathlands, Knaphill and Horsell respectively.

A statement on Brexit from Jonathan Lord MP

In the ‘Meaningful Vote’ on 15th January, Parliament made it absolutely clear that it was unwilling to support the Prime Minister’s EU deal as it stood.

Our Plan For Woking - Have Your Say

Ahead of 2019 the local elections, Woking Conservatives have revealed our plan for Woking.  This is what we believe are the key issues for Woking going forwards but we also want to hear from you on what matters to you in our borough.

Join our Campaign for 2019

Woking Conservatives campaign for the 2019 Borough Council Elections is in full flow.  Currently the Conservatives have a majority on Woking Borough Council holding 16 of the 30 seats.  We are working hard to make sure we deliver as many Conservative councillors as possible in May.

Leader announces new faces in team

Woking Borough Council’s new Executive is ready for business as leader David Bittleston promises his administration will “talk less, listen more and explain better” at last night’s Council meeting.

The new Executive members are:

No ID, no vote for electors in Woking

Voters across Woking Borough will need to show photographic identification before they can vote in person, at the polling station, at the local election on Thursday (3 May 2018).

Voters who do not produce valid identification will not be allowed to vote.

Jonathan Lord re-elected

Woking Conservatives is delighted that Jonathan Lord, MP for Woking for the past seven years, was re-elected on June 8 with a majority of just under 17,000 and 54% of the vote. This represents an increase of more than 10,000 votes and an extra four percent since he was first elected in 2010.