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Conservative Policy Forum (CPF): For stimulating discussion of political issues
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We arrange political and social events involving both British and French politicians.
Our members’ views are represented to the Conservative Party via the regular policy consultation process of the Conservative Policy Forum.
Where appropriate, we liaise with like-minded political parties from other countries.
We encourage eligible British citizens in France to register to vote in UK national elections. (Click on www.aboutmyvote.co.uk to register).
In parallel, we are campaigning for the 15-year limit on such voting eligibility to be lifted.
We organise several types of event (click here for the latest update) including:
Membership is open to all those living in or connected with France, who support our Aims.
Members are given access to our internal Blog above to actively contribute on-line comment.
Members are also automatically members of the British Conservative Party.
As a non-member but supporting the Conservative Party, you are welcome to participate in our events although there is an average €5 surcharge for non-members.
Our membership subscription is €30 running for 12 months from the date of payment.
To apply, click on Membership above to download the membership form.
To find out more, please send us a message.
2018 Progamme of Events
Jan 13 - Champagne party at St George's.
April 21 - AGM at St George's.
May 31 - Speaker dinner with Neil Carmichael, the former MP for Stroud and currently Conservative candidate for re-election to the same constituency.
Follow Brexit developments with blogger Richard North on:
In planning - Launch of Coningsby Circle. (see the attached PDF)
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See photos here on our Facebook page from our speaker dinner with Richard Ashworth MEP on 23rd April, 2015 (with special thanks to BCiP member George Grosz) and our 4th December, 2015 dinner with Lord Balfe.
Report on Trier visit, 11/13 April, 2014
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