Posted on 12 January 2014 at 2:50pm by Admin No Comment

Welcome to CUCA! The Cambridge University Conservative Association has been around for almost 100 years. Over those decades CUCA has served as a forum for those interested in conservative politics to meet like-minded people, hear thought-provoking speakers and deepen their understanding. Today, CUCA still strives to bring those interested in politics – be they of…

CUCA Chairman’s Ball 2014

Posted on 13 March 2014 at 3:03pm by Admin No Comment

The CUCA Chairman’s Ball is back in 2014 – promising more food, drink and music than the already astounding Midsummer Ball of last year. Booking for tickets is now open. Please visit the official website of the CUCA Ball 2014 in order to find out more and to book your tickets. Details regarding price can…

The Future of the Conservative Party

Posted on 6 December 2013 at 11:51am by davidcowan No Comment

For this term’s speakers and policy programme we chose the theme ‘The Future of the Conservative Party’ as a means of weaving together the topics discussed into a wider narrative about how the Conservatives can win a parliamentary majority. To reinforce this theme our members and alumni contributed articles to a CUCA policy report entitled…

Announcement of new Vice-Presidents

Posted on 6 December 2013 at 11:32am by davidcowan No Comment

We are very pleased to announce that the Michaelmas 2013 Committee appointed eight new Vice-Presidents of the Cambridge University Conservative Association. As alumni of Cambridge, many of whom were Chairs of CUCA, it is a pleasure to receive the support of these prestigious Conservative statesmen and thinkers. It is my honour to inform you that…

Michaelmas 2013: Chair’s Report

Posted on 6 December 2013 at 11:27am by davidcowan No Comment

This has been one of the Cambridge University Conservative Association’s strongest terms in recent years with the highest intake of new members in a Michaelmas Term since 2008, a dynamic and lively speaker & policy programme, and a series of popular social ents. For this term’s speaker & policy programme we chose the theme ‘The…