A stronger economy at home, renewed respect abroad and real change in Europe. These are just three of the messages in the Conservative election address now landing on doorsteps across the North West, ahead of the European Election on Thursday 22nd May.
The UK's new, £2 billion, Aerospace Technology Institute opened last week and will oversee the country's technology strategy for the next generation of aircraft. The establishment of the Institute has been warmly welcomed by Conservative Transport Spokesman and Aviation Specialist, Jacqueline Foster MEP.
The 57 members of the European Conservative and Reformists Group are committed to reforming the way the European Union works. With 57 MEPs, including the UK's 25 Conservative MEPs, the ECR has published a report on 20 of their achievements since the last European Election in 2009.
Labour, Liberal Democrat and UKIP MEPs have threatened thousands of British jobs at Airbus and across the North West by voting to continue forcing non-European airlines to pay an 'Emissions Levy' whenever they fly to or from the EU, North West MEP Jacqueline Foster, has warned.
On the day that unemployment in the North West fell again, to 145,800, North West MEP and Deputy Leader of the Conservative MEPs, Jacqueline Foster, has hailed the budget as 'the only way to deliver what people in the North West need'.
The European Commission has found that public funding worth £17.8 million granted for the construction of the Liverpool cruise terminal is in line with EU state aid rules. The new infrastructure furthers EU transport policy objectives without unduly distorting competition in the Single Market.
Caravans and small garages have been saved from the threat of further EU interference after a strong campaign by Conservative MEPs. Today (Tuesday), MEPs successfully side-lined over-zealous road safety Regulations which would have subjected caravans and light trailers to a cumbersome and intrusive inspection regime.