What Does the Conservative Party Stand for?


The Conservative party, popularly known as the Tories, stand for upholding union between religion and the state, and preserve the fundamental institutions of Britain. The party's political view is said to be centre-right, and their main opposition in the government is the Labour Party. The Tories also support the mixing of cultures and the ownership of property.
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The Conservative Party is the most convincing opposition Party in the UK political system. Having been in power numerous times over the last 100 years the Conservative Party is a major political force in the UK. It stands for four key principles which are Freedom , Enterprise, Responsibility and Patriotism.
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