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Conservative Party

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The Conservative Party, officially the Conservative and Unionist Party, is a centre-right political party in the United Kingdom. The governing party since 2010, it is the largest in the House of Commons, with 365 Members of Parliament. It also has 234 members of the House of Lords, 4 members of the European Parliament, 31 Members of the Scottish Parliament, 11 members of the Welsh Assembly, 8 members of the London Assembly and 7,440 local councillors.
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  • Origins 

  • Conservatives and Unionists (1867–1914) 

  • First World War 

  • 1920–1945 

  • Popular dissatisfaction 

  • Modernising the party 

  • Edward Heath (1965–1975) 

  • Margaret Thatcher (1975–1990) 

  • John Major (1990–1997) 

  • William Hague 

  • Iain Duncan Smith and Michael Howard 

  • David Cameron (2005–2016) 

  • Theresa May (2016–2019) 

  • Boris Johnson (2019–present) 

  • Economic policy 

  • Social policy 

  • Foreign policy 

  • Afghanistan 

  • Strategic Defence and Security Review 

  • Europe and NATO 

  • Health policy 

  • Drug policies 

  • Education and research 

  • Family policy 

  • Jobs and welfare policy 

  • Energy and climate change policy 

  • Justice and crime policy 

  • European Union policy 

  • Union policy 

  • British constitution 

  • Party structure 

  • Membership 

  • Prospective parliamentary candidates 

  • Young Conservatives 

  • Conferences 

  • Funding 

  • International organisations 

  • Logo 

  • Party factions 

  • Traditionalist Conservatives 

  • One-nation Conservatives 

  • Free-market Conservatives 

  • Relationships between the factions 

  • Electoral performance and campaigns 

  • UK general elections 

  • Ideological groups 

  • Interest groups 

  • Think tanks 

  • Alliances 

  • Party structures