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Bejing Blue Club Propose a UK Strategic Paper on China

Mark Pinner, Chairman Bejing Blue Club, Anatole Pang and Tom Calvert presented their paper at a Fringe Breakfast Meeting at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester. "Britain is well positioned culturally, historically and linguistically to take vastly greater advantage of China's emergence to forge new economic, cultural and diplomatic ties" they agreed.  Jackson Ng, Director of the Conservative Friends of the Chinese was in attndance.

Conservatives Abroad at Party Conference

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Expats urged to register to vote

A Cross Party Committee led by the House of Commons Speaker, John Burcow MP has been created to encourage UK expats to sign up to the Electoral Register.

Britain's Foreign legion of expat voters

Expat Voters can make all the difference to the outcome of the next general election.Heather Harper, Chairman of Conservatives Abroad, says, "We value all our overseas citizens, you are Britain's unofficial ambassadors.   Conservatives Abroad, with Geoffrey Clifton-Brown will keep up the fight to improve overseas voting procedures and to protect your citizenship.  We are fighting so that so that every Briton has a democratic right to vote wherever they choose to live".

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP champions Overseas Voters

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP is championing Overseas Voters with questions to the Speaker's Committee on the Electoral Commission. Heather Harper, Chairman of Conservatives Abroad, says, "Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP with Conservatives Abroad persevere for changes in the law to address the voting rights of all British citizens living overseas and to simplify the process of overseas voting.

Hong Kong Branch re-launched

The UK Conservatives Abroad Society in Hong Kong was re-launched last night at a well-attended dinner at the territory’s prestigious China Club. Despite having existed for many decades, membership has fallen in recent years and so a new committee has been formed to take the society forward again.