A very out frontbench!

A record number of out politicians have been appointed to Prime Minister Theresa May's first front bench team.

Candidates for Prime Minister express their views on LGBT issues

Following the result of the EU referendum, the Prime Minister, David Cameron, resigned saying he didn’t believe he like the right person to negotiation Brexit. It is LGBTory's view that it is now vital that the next leader of the Conservative Party, and Prime Minister, continues the ground-breaking work of David Cameron to improve LGBT+ rights; tackle biphobia, transpobia, homophobia and discrimination; right historical wrongs; and act as a strong voice for LGBT+ rights internationally.

LGBTI issues in the EU

Scottish Conservative MEP Ian Duncan has launched a leaflet highlighting his work on behalf of minority groups across Europe.

Conservative Party Conference 2016

Our conference events programme is our largest yet, with events on International LGBT Rights, Building a Better Britain and Youth Engagement. You can also enjoy our Conference Curry and Conference Pride.

Conservative Party Code of Conduct for the leadership and management of volunteers

As one of the UK’s largest voluntary organisations, and one which plays a central and active role in the good governance of the nation, the Conservative Party prides itself on being an open and inclusive body in which anyone who works or volunteers for the Party can play a fulfilling and active role free of any unwanted and/or unwelcome behaviour towards them including, but not limited to, bullying, discrimination, harassment and/or victimisation of any sort.

Britain is open for business

The 2015/16 Inward Investment Report shows that the UK remains the best place in Europe for business to invest. And that means more jobs for people in Britain.Since 2010 390,000 new jobs have been created as a result of foreign direct investment.

Tackling racial inequality to build a country that works for everyone

The Prime Minister is launching an unprecedented audit of public services to help end the burning injustices many people face across Britain.It will highlight the differences in outcomes for people of different backgrounds, in every area from health to education, childcare to welfare, employment,

Helping people get on in life

Latest figures from the Office for National Statistics show that more people are in work than ever before and wages are still rising – good news for Britain’s families.The number of people in work is now at record high of 31.7 million and the unemployment rate is the lowest it’s been in over a de