You might not hear about some of these good news items on the BBC or most other news outlets, but remember positive things are happening across the country.

Here are our ten best read news stories from the last seven days (10th – 16th January 2022).

Keep checking in with the Conservative Post to see these positive stories every day – the resurgence of British manufacturing, how our military is flying the flag across the world, positive policy making, our wonderful royals and many other things to be proud of. 

We also have the most wonderful year to look forward to with plans announced this week for The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Make sure you also check out all the Great British events to enjoy this year too in our annual round-up.

Good things are happening! We support you Prime Minister.

10. Government on track to meet its target of recruiting 20,000 more police officers by 2023

More than 11,000 people have already joined the police as part of the recruitment drive, helping to cut crime by 14% (excluding fraud and computer misuse), remove 16,000 knives and dangerous weapons from the streets and tackle the scourge of drugs with the closure of over 1,500 county lines… click here

9. Royal Navy assumes command of key NATO task force

The Royal Navy took charge of NATO’s most important task force with a ceremony aboard aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales in Portsmouth this week. For the next 12 months it is responsible for leading the alliance’s Maritime High Readiness Force – an international task group formed to deal with major global events. The most senior sea-going staff in the Royal Navy, Commander UK Strike Force, headed by Rear Admiral Mike Utley, takes charge of the force… click here

8. British marque Lotus reveals best global retail sales for a decade

Norfolk-based Lotus has revealed its best annual global retail sales performance since 2011. The outstanding figures prove worldwide excitement about the brand’s transformation is translating into customers buying cars. Retailers sold 1,710 new cars in 2021, the year the iconic Elise, Exige and Evora ended production. That compares with 1,378 sales in 2020, an increase of 24%… click here

7. UK and Oman kickstart Sovereign Investment Partnership to boost investment links

The UK and Oman have signed a Sovereign Investment Partnership, agreeing to work closer together on increasing high value investment into both countries. The new partnership will strengthen the economic ties between the UK and Oman and identify and support commercial investments in areas such as clean energy and technology, which are already an important part of the UK’s £1 billion-a year trading relationship… click here

6. BAE Systems set to hire almost 1,700 apprentices and graduates across the UK

BAE Systems plc, the British multinational arms, security, and aerospace company is set to hire almost 1,700 apprentices and graduates across the UK in 2022. The creation of more than 900 apprentice and 750 graduate and undergraduate roles is the largest intake of early careers roles the Company has offered in a single year… click here

5. UK Gigafactory gets green light creating 6000 jobs and £2.5 billion investment

The West Midlands Gigafactory joint venture has taken the next step in its journey to deliver a Gigafactory in the West Midlands with planning committees supporting the outline planning application for its site in Coventry and Warwickshire. Production ready from 2025, the 530,000sqm facility will manufacture high-tech lithium-ion batteries for the global automotive and energy storage industries… click here

4. Boris to chair new council with devolved governments

A landmark agreement setting out how the UK and devolved governments will work closely together to deliver for people across the whole of the United Kingdom has been published this week. The Intergovernmental Relations Review sets out new structures as to how the UK government, Northern Ireland Executive, Scottish Government and Welsh Government will work to deliver for people across the UK – based upon on the existing values of mutual respect, maintaining trust and positive working… click here

3. UK economy surpassing pre-pandemic levels is ‘testament to the grit and determination of the British people’

According to new figures released this week by the Office of National Statistics, gross domestic product (GDP) is estimated to have grown by 0.9% in November 2021 and was above its pre-coronavirus pandemic level for the first time, by 0.7%. Chancellor Rishi Sunak said the stronger growth was “a testament to the grit and determination of the British people”… click here

2. London freeport logistics park will be biggest in Europe and create another 10,000 jobs

Thames Freeport opened last month drawing £4.5 billion of new investment and creating 21,000 skilled jobs. To meet unprecedented demand for space already at the freeport site, DP World, a leading provider of smart logistics solutions has this week announced it will fast-track the delivery of another speculative 119,000 sq ft green warehouse at London Gateway’s port-centric Logistics Park… click here

1. UK leads Europe and London ranks 4th globally for VC tech investment

The UK is the clear European winner for venture capital tech investment with only the US, China and India receiving more investment globally. In 2021 London tech startups raised a record £18.55 billion, making it the highest city for VC investment in Europe and fourth-highest city globally. Across the UK, £29.4 billion was raised by British startups and scale-ups in 2021. This is double the figure raised in Germany (£14.7 billion) and almost three times that raised by French companies (£9.7 billion)… click here

For last week’s Top Ten Great British news stories (3rd – 9th January 2022) click here.

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  1. LOVE OUR PRIME MINSTER BORIS JOHNSON And if the other partys that want to see him gone and also the MPs that against him start listening to the peoples voice because if he loses his job you can say good bye to yours too . There are vast amounts of the public wont hesitate to vote for the smaller partys that will do better by us . People are getting fed up with every one of you so please start listening.

  2. Boris is a great PM and those MPs that want him to resign should resign themselves if they don’t like the way he is running our country. He has done a lot for this country and is one of the best PMs we have ever had. If Starmer is calling for him to resign then he too broke the rules and should resign. Stop backstabbing Boris and let him keep doing a good job


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