Inspiring Words for Campaigners from Former PM

Karen Bradley and fellow Conservatives from Staffordshire Moorlands met Sir John Major at an event in Hanley recently. In an inspiring speech Sir John gave a superb analysis of the failings of the Labour government who have squandered the strong economic legacy left by the last Conservative government. His listeners left buoyed up and determined to win the next election and get Britain working again.

Letter to the Editor - Where is Flash?

Sir, It is certainly true that the cold weather has had a lasting effect in many of the higher points of the country (Feb 9, page 13, Snow's on its way again, but in some places it never went away...) including the justly famous village of Flash, the highest in the UK. 

Karen Bradley for Staffordshire Moorlands

Now that Gordon Brown has called the General Election for Thursday 6th May 2010, Karen Bradley, Conservative prospective parliamentary candidate for Staffordshire Moorlands talks about why she thinks people should vote Conservative at the next election.

Great Britain is Ready for Change

This fast-paced video was shown before David Cameron's closing speech at the Conservative Party Conference 2009 in Manchester.

Karen Bradley's sets out her priorities in a short film

Karen Bradley, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Staffordshire Moorlands, has made a short film about her intention to stand as the next MP here. Karen will be a strong local voice in Westminster and her focus will be on representing families and the farming and business communities here.

Get Britain Working

t's not just the debt crisis - Britain is also facing a jobs crisis. It's time to Get Britain Working.

Labour's sums don't add up

After 12 years of Labour, Britain has slipped to 24th in the world at maths, with 3.5 million pupils having left school without a basic level of maths.

It's the Economy Again - Karen's Speech on the Credit Crisis

Karen Bradley was invited by Macclesfield Conservative Association to speak at their annual dinner. Karen talked about how the credit crisis came about and Gordon Brown's role in it and set out some suggested principles for better financial regulation. You can read a transcript of her speech below.