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NI Conservatives slam futile, divisive strikes

Northern Ireland Conservatives’ spokesman, Bill McKendry, has described the latest batch of public sector strikes as “futile, divisive and completely unjustified”.

DEL's strategy on foreign and cross-border students 'thoroughly ironic'

Northern Ireland Conservatives’ spokesperson, Annika Nestius-Brown, has welcomed the fact that the Minister for Employment and Learning has produced a Higher Education strategy, but she said that, “unfortunately it is too vague, the timescales it sets are too modest and its passages on student mobility are completely contradictory.”

NI Conservatives' activist shortlisted for UK-wide 'national excellence' award

A member of North Down Conservative Association has been shortlisted for a nationwide honour for Conservative Party activists.  Lloyd Burbidge, who lives in Bangor West and is vice chairman of the North Down Conservative Association, was nominated for the individual category of the Conservative National Excellence Awards

Armstrong slams 'bonus culture' in Executive departments

Irwin Armstrong, NI Conservatives’ chairman, has slammed the Executive for “not getting to grips with the bonus culture” and demanded that the finance minister in particular act to address “an unacceptable cost to taxpayers”.

Alliance - a party without point or principle

NI Conservatives’ chairman, Irwin Armstrong, has described the Alliance Party as “relying on division” and claimed that the party has “no point and no vision for Northern Ireland”.