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Why we’re implementing Magnitsky’s Law

Once we have left the EU we will implement the ‘Magnitsky’ provisions of the Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Act 2018. That way, those responsible for human rights abuse are held to account with travel bans and asset freezes.

We’re signing the Armed Forces Covenant

Veterans risked their lives for our country to keep us safe and protect the values we hold so dear. The Conservative Party stands behind our Armed Forces.

Our gigabit rural broadband plan for the UK

Investment in rural broadband is vital. Broadband is not just essential for businesses across the United Kingdom, but it also makes areas more attractive places to live and work.

5 key points you must know about our new housing policy

Robert Jenrick, Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, will announce that tenants in new housing association properties will be given the right to shared ownership of their home under new plans set out today.

Why Labour’s education policy will undermine education

We are investing £14 billion into school funding to make sure our children have a world class education. We’ve made sure that extra funding will go towards schools which have been historically underfunded.

The Prime Minister’s Welcome to Conference

At Conservative Party Conference on Sunday, Boris Johnson spoke to Party Conference about his vision for Britain. We will get Brexit done, so we can deliver on the people's priorities: our NHS, schools, and our police.

6 things to know about our huge hospital building programme

We want to make sure that the NHS is delivering for patients across England. So at the beginning of Conservative Party Conference, Health Secretary Matt Hancock has launched the biggest hospital building programme in a generation to provide the vital care people need.