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Sunday, 12 February 2017

Birmingham CPF
This week, Birmingham CPF met to discuss the cost of living policy paper. Associations, members and volunteers were invited. I was delighted to participate along with political enthusiasts, business leads, volunteers and members interested in policy and developing policy. 

The exceptional, productive meeting explored ways of ensuring that our pan Birmingham Conservative members can and do take part in CPF discussions on matters affecting policy. 
CPF Discussion Briefs exist to stimulate debate. They do not represent the views of the Conservative Party. 

The discussion covered seven key areas: Job security, home ownership, schooling, food, goods and services, domestic energy and transport, household debt and area specific costs. 

A summary of the response from Birmingham CPF will be considered by the CPF Chairman, George Freeman MP.

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