The chairman of the Conservative Party in Northern Ireland, Harry Cullen, has congratulated Theresa Villiers on her reappointment as Secretary of State for Northern Ireland and Ben Wallace on his appointment as NIO minister.
The Conservatives’ candidate for Strangford is supporting the campaign to save Newtownards Courthouse. Johnny Andrews said that “access to justice is important for everyone in Strangford and we must save the courthouse from closure”.
The Conservatives’ Westmister candidate for Strangford, Johnny Andrews, has poured scorn on the idea that a vote for the DUP can strengthen the Union. Mr Andrews made his comments after Peter Robinson issued a “rallying call”, which Johnny described as “just another DUP attempt to scare voters”.
The Conservatives’ candidate for East Belfast, Neil Wilson, has slammed the area’s politicians for “falling asleep at the wheel of this constituency’s economy”, after it was announced that the Howden UK factory at Queen’s Road will close, costing 100 jobs.
The Conservatives’ Westminster candidate for East Belfast, Neil Wilson, has urged local political representatives to “remember the constituency’s industrial heritage and prioritise industry in East Belfast”.
A bomb which exploded at Crawford Square in Londonderry represents “an attack on the whole community” and was “irresponsible in the extreme”, according to the Conservative Party’s Westminster candidate for Foyle, Hamish Badenoch.
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