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Neet Success

Number of young people not in education, employment, or taining (NEET) in Surrey has more than halved in just over four years

School places delivered

16,000 extra school places to be provided by 2018 to meet an increase in demand fuelled by 20% rise in birth rates

Conservatives Appalled by Lib Dem’s Misleading Motion

The Conservatives on Surrey County Council have slammed the Lib Dems for an ‘absurd and waste of time’ Council motion, where, according to Mary Angell, the Cabinet Member for Children, ‘accuracy and truth are cast to one side’ so that ‘Lib Dem members, virtuous with indignation, can spout totally inaccurate nonsense’.

David Hodge named CCN Conservative Group Leader

Surrey Leader David Hodge has been elected Leader of the Conservative Group on the County Councils Network (CCN). He will now go forward as the Conservative Group nomination for the Chairman of the County Councils Network at its AGM in September to replace the outgoing Chairman, Cllr Robert Gordon of Hertfordshire County Council.

Conservatives Gain in Surrey

Surrey County Council’s Conservative Group has bucked the national trend and increased its majority by 3 seats, bringing the total number of Conservative Councillors at SCC up to 58.

Surrey Conservative Group launches new website

Thank you for your support at the last election. Because of you, David Cameron is the first Conservative Prime Minister in 13 years and the Government’s plans to build a strong economy and a big society are in full swing. Now, to help us communicate with you, we've launched this new local website.

Lib Dems say ‘no’, again

At today’s meeting of the County Council, Surrey’s Lib Dems unanimously voted against an increase in council tax, equivalent to just 44 pence a week, which will provide funding for roads, schools and care services, at a time when Surrey’s residents need them most.

Lib Dems say ‘no’, again

At today’s meeting of the County Council, Surrey’s Lib Dems unanimously voted against an increase in council tax, equivalent to just 44 pence a week, which will provide funding for roads, schools and care services, at a time when Surrey’s residents need them most.