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There is a £58 billion black hole in Jeremy Corbyn’s manifesto – and it will be paid for by every single family in the UK with higher taxes and more debt.
Jeremy Corbyn’s numbers simply don’t add up, and he can’t be trusted to run the economy or negotiate the right deal for Britain.

Fixing the broken housing market

Theresa May’s Conservatives are not prepared to duck the big challenges we face as a nation and there are few issues that are greater than the need for good-quality, affordable housing.

Corbyn and his tax shambles

Shambolic Jeremy Corbyn reveals Labour’s approach to taxes and your economic security: #chaos

Corbyn and his comrades

Corbyn's comrades would wreck our economy and create #chaos for families across the UK. Only a vote for Theresa May can stop them.

Real action on mental health

In the last decade there has been a 43% increase in the number of people detained under the current Mental Health Act – which raises concerns that vulnerable people are being subject to detention, including in police cells, unnecessarily.

Rob to stand for re-election on strong record of delivering for Reading East

Rob Wilson, MP for Reading East since 2005, has confirmed that he will be standing for re-election on 8th June.

Commenting on the decision, Rob said: “I intend to stand for re-election in Reading East and will be campaigning hard on my strong record of delivering for all local people.

Letter from David Stevens, Chairman 2017

May I introduce myself as the new chairman of RECA. I was elected at the AGM on 11 March.
Many thanks to my predecessor Trevor Slack who nobly stepped into the breach last year.
 

Objections to Gladman's plans voiced by Cllr Clare Grashoff

Cllr Clare Grashoff addressed Reading Borough Council's Planning Committee on 11 January, voicing Peppard Ward residents' objections to Gladman's outline application to build 245 residential dwellings just over the borough border adjacent to Emmer Green in South Oxfordshire off the Peppard Road.