Making a success of Brexit

Resham Kotecha and Prime Minister Theresa MayIn less than two years Britain will be leaving the EU. The priority now is to get the best possible deal for us all. Voting for Resham helps to strengthen the Prime Minister's hand in the negotiations by giving Theresa May the mandate she needs for Britain.  

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Securing jobs for hardworking local residents

Resham Kotecha Land Rover WhitleyHaving a secure and stable job is one of the top priorities in many resident's lives and Resham hopes to create more opportunities for residents in Coventry North West. 

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Protecting the Greenbelt

Protecting the GreenbeltMany residents have expressed concern about plans to build on our greenbelt. Resham has pledged to work with local residents to campaign against this.

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Helping reduce youth unemployment

In 2010, youth unemployment (18-24 year olds) had reached nearly 20%. Nearly one million people from my generation were unemployed. 

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Women in Politics

resham_kotecha_women_in_parliament.pngResham has spent the last five years as a member of the Women2Win team, initially as a coordinator before becoming the COO and now serve as the Deputy-Chair. 

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Reaching out to BME voters

resham_kotecha_bme_panel.jpgIn 2015, a quarter of a million first time voters came from ethnic minorities estimates are that by 2050, one third of the electorate will come from an ethnic minority.

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Small Business Competition Winners

Dulwich Books

Small Business Saturday is a grassroots campaign, held on the first Saturday in December each year. It gives us an opportunity to highlight the success of small businesses and encourages people to support small local businesses in the community.

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Conservative Friends of International Development

Since I was a baby, I have visited India, where my family are from so I've been able to see the benefit that can come from helping the most vulnerable and poorest people at the world. At University, where I read Economics, I was able to study Development Economics and developed a passion for International Development and policies to improve opportunities for people around the world.

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