Wednesday, 10 December 2014
EXCLUSIVE: Tory Chiefs Petitioned to Sack Witney Walker After Awards Sponsor Pulls Plug Over Alleged 'Vote Rigging'.
WITNEY Conservative Future (CF) Chairman Liam Walker is facing calls to step-down after a petition calling for his resignation was released online, following sensational "vote rigging" allegations for WitneyHour Small Business Awards, TBG can reveal.
The petition has been dramatically targeted towards local MP Prime Minsiter David Cameron and CF National Chairman Alexandra Paterson, intended to propel them to ask the Witney CF chief to resign.
Concerns were raised over WitneyHour, Walker's pet project, small business awards after a local taxi firm with a history of strained relations with the Witney CF Chairman looked as if it'd been removed from the voting list, leading to allegations of a "fix" and "voting shambles".
As a result the sponsor for the awards, Cottsway which is a registered provider of affordable housing in West Oxfordshire, pulled-out from sponsoring the Witney Hour awards in an attempt to remove themselves from the now seemingly tainted ceremony.
The petition says it exists "In light of the recent allegations that Liam Walker allegedly 'rigged' a local business awards", and has received 135 signatures in 9 hours.
TBG approached Liam Walker for comment. Walker exclusively revealed he has full support of the Witney CF membership - "As Margaret Thatcher once said: 'If my critics saw me walking over the River Thames they would say it was because I couldn't swim.'
"I'm elected by members of Conservative Future in West Oxfordshire. CF has improved since I've taken over Chairmanship with increased members and events.
"We've been crucial to helping keep West Oxfordshire Conservative during local elections & now I will continue to campaign hard in West Oxfordshire and neighbouring constituencies for that Conservative majority our country needs with David Cameron as Prime Minister.
"I have no intentions of standing down as CF Chairman in Witney and I have the full support of the membership & committee."
Tuesday, 9 December 2014
ENGLAND & Premier League football superstar Frank Lampard has sensationally admitted he fancies his chances as a Tory MP when he finishes his football career in America next year.
Sources have told TBG that Lampard has issued a "come and get me" plea to top senior Conservatives as he considers life after football.
Former England and Chelsea star Lampard has met with both Prime Minister David Cameron and Chancellor George Osborne. Although Frank says he "doesn’t agree with everything they say" he reckons they will cruise to victory in May’s general election.
Lampard told TBG - "I have met David Cameron a couple of times and George Osborne, I have a lot of respect for them. There's quite a few Labour ones I have respect for too, like Ed Balls, who is big into his football. I will certainly vote and certainly pay more attention going into this election than I have before."
He is not the first footballer to consider heading into Westminster.
Fellow former England star Sol Campbell revealed in October he was considering joining the Tories as an ambassador, paving the way for a seat in Parliament.
Monday, 8 December 2014
Labour's Chris Oxlade (left) on the mic with celeb star Stephen Mulhearn (right)
LABOUR Parliamentary Candidate Chris Oxlade's Christmas Lights switch-on has been slammed as an unbelievable waste of taxpayers money and a dreadful shambles after a shoddy event in Crawley, TBG can sensationally reveal.
|Oxlade (left) with celeb Mulhearn|
Seemingly still craving cheesy publicity in hiring kids tv celeb Stephen Mulhearn and sharing the limelight; Oxlade is a has-been Disc Jockey from former local radio station in Crawley Radio Mercury, which ceased broadcasting in 2010.
One Crawley resident told TBG - "His (Oxlade) main selling point to be Crawley's MP appears to be that he was born in Crawley - something which can't happen these days since Labour closed down the maternity ward at Crawley Hospital in 1999."
Another resident at the event with his daughter said - "All I can say is it was unbelievable. My daughter asked me when they were putting the lights on - but they already had."
A 3rd resident told TBG - "It was a joke - we couldn't see the fireworks and the decorations themselves are dreadful.
"It was a shambles and an embarrassment. Spending £100 on the event would have been too much, let alone £17,000."
THE OPEN ROLE for UKIP Parliamentary Candidate in Portsmouth South, since Douglas Denny got the chop, is rumoured to have actually already been filled by non-other than sacked Boston & Skegness PPC and former Tory sleaze merchant Neil Hamilton, TBG can reveal.
Neil Hamilton was told by UKIP bosses he was no longer needed in Boston & Skegness, leading to Tory turncoat Robin Hunter Clarke picking up the role after a top secret closed meeting & vote followed by more secrecy in an attempt to keep quiet who was chosen to stand in the constituency.
Now the rumour in Portsmouth is that Neil Hamilton could well stand as UKIP's Parliamentary Candidate in Portsmouth South, well that's according to a local Labour candidate John Ferrett. But even the local rag suspect, "a candidate will be brought in from elsewhere to fight for the seat".
Ferrett claims that the undemocratic cabal that is the UKIP gestapo, reported on this website very many times, are still running riot up and down the country and have binned the hustings on Portsmouth because Hamilton has been chosen by the magic finger to stand.
"(I) Understand Portsmouth UKIP have cancelled Portsmouth South hustings because Farage going to impose candidate - rumoured to be Neil Hamilton" - said Labour Parliamentary Candidate for Portsmouth North John Ferrett.
One local UKIP'er in the know told TBG - "I do not think that Neil will stand, although his mother lives in Portsmouth and he did write an article for the Express about dial-a-ride. I reckon he'll stand in Basildon South."
Friday, 5 December 2014
EXCLUSIVE: Welsh Tory Turncoat Kealey Flip-Flops Back to the Conservatives As CF National Chairman Paterson Steps In.
ADAM KEALEY just 48 hours ago announced his intention to leave the Conservative Party and join Plaid Cymru after TBG broke the story the day earlier. Yesterday Plaid issued a press release about the "Leading young Tory" defecting, only for Kealey to change his mind and dramatically return to the Tory fold today, TBG can reveal.
Several sources have confirmed the news with one CF'er revealing Adam Kealey has had a meeting with Wales Regional Conservative Future Chairman Ryan Hunter about his sensational U-turn and spoke to Conservative Future National Chairman Alexandra Paterson, who TBG understands played a key role in retaining the young Welsh Tory talent.
Sources say Kealey confirmed to Tory officials that he has been talking to Plaid Cymru but even though they seemed "nice, something wasn't right".
Kealey is apparently an admirer of Thatcher and claims he didn't think things through properly, allegedly declaring it was a "stupid decision".
TBG understands that Adam has told fellow CF members that he was sorry for all he put them through.
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