TENF organised Bonalu festival

Conservative Friends of India attended TENF (a Telugu speaking, South Indian community organisation) organised Bonalu festival celebrations at Heston community centre, Hounslow, on 21st July. 

Hiten Ganatra: Lessons for Brexit from the Property Industry

I am always struck by the parallels between encouraging my clients to get a good deal when negotiating a property purchase and the need for the UK to stand firm in its negotiation of a good trade deal when leaving Europe.

Theresa Ke Saath - a song by Conservative Friends of India

Hindi song especially composed for the General Election 2017 to promote connectivity with the  1.6 million British Indians to support Theresa May who will provide a strong and stable leadership for Britain and growth of  the British economy.

Jeevan Vipinachandran: Yes Prime Minister, please call a May election

There is much talk of an early May election, in spite of Downing St’s denials. There is a need for political clarity and consensus as Great Britain embarks on the great leap into the unknown of Brexit, in my view necessitating an early General Election. 

Hiten Ganatra: Thoughts on the Government's Housing White Paper

Planning permission for developers

An excellent measure which has been announced to reduce the validity of planning permission from 3 years down to 2 years along with plans to make it easier to revoke planning permission where the sites have no prospect of completing.

Conservative Party’s event on Diabetes in South Asians

On Friday, 13 January, Conservative Friends of India partnered with the Conservative Policy Forum and Conservative Health to bring to Manchester a panel of experts on the topic of Diabetes in the South Asian population.