Thursday, 31 July 2014

Legal Threats Made to TBG Source.

TBG PUBLISHED a story earlier today about potential 'forgeries' in a letter released within the CF election arena, this article was taken down at the request of the sources used within it.

Legal threats of Libel were made against TBG's sources. TBG removed the story so not to cause the sources any unnecessary stress and worry.

The gagging order may pave the way for the return of Zanu CF.

Tory Youth Women Say Time is Right For First Ever Elected Female National Chairman in Open Letter.




AISHA VANCE, the Chair' of Conservative Future (CF) Women, has signed an open letter from a group of female CF'ers that are backing Alexandra Paterson declaring the time has come for a female CF National Chairman, TBG can reveal.

The Tory Youth wing have never had an elected female National Chairman according to TeamPaterson. Female CF'ers from across the country have now united to say the time is right for Alexandra Paterson.

One CF'er told TBG - "Alexandra Paterson has proven herself to be a strong campaigner, leading massive Tory Road Trips to Chester, Cheadle, Enfield North, Portsmouth South, Harlow and Newark."

Tory Youth Womens' Letter



UPDATE: CF'ers argue that Hannah Parker was the 1st CF Chair' in 2001.

EXCLUSIVE: Former NUCA President in Tory Youth Wing National Executive Bid.



JENNY HYUNH has sensationally announced her serious intention to stand for the position of Conservative Future (CF) National Best Practice Officer, TBG can reveal.

Jenny has much experience in the Tory Party and has taken an "active social role" in a number of party conferences - as well as enlivening CF and regional events around the country. She is a Politics graduate from the University of Nottingham, where she took on the role of President of its Conservative Association (NUCA). Jenny says she intends to use her, "wide-ranging skills and experience to push CF - as a vital part of the senior Party - onwards to a resounding victory in 2015".

Jenny told TBG - "If it is to remain a powerful youth wing, it is essential that CF diversifies and broadens its reach beyond the London clique."

"I'm committed to ensuring that every member feels valued, involved, and politically-engaged. CF is not a machine: it is a group of individuals, coming together for the sake of the nation. And, if managed well, it is a formidable force. As Best Practice Officer I have both the capacity and the drive to ensure the realisation of this vision."

Whilst her campaign is apparently "sincere", TBG understands Jenny is not going to take herself too seriously. Her slogan is #BestPrincess4BestPractice.

Jenny said - "I invite my considerable fan base to use this hashtag in support of my bid to make CF a better, more motivated institution."

Knives Come Out For Team Paterson - CF National Chairman Candidate Attacked Over Data & Qualifications.


Alexandra Paterson

CONSERVATIVE FUTURE (CF) have been officially thrown into National Elections this week, as past elections go they can get quite bloody and this one seems like no exception so far with what one CF'er called "Desperate" attacks on favourite to snatch the CF crown, Alexandra Paterson, TBG can reveal.

CF National Chairman candidate Alexandra Paterson launched her campaign yesterday and immediately came under fierce attack by her rivals after activists received emails they say they did not sign up for. Other Tories have also pointed out to TBG that Paterson describes herself as a barrister but is in actual fact a solicitor.

Last year a CF National Chairman candidate was forced to pull out of the race after breaching the Data Protection Act, it would seem like a huge schoolboy error for any camp to repeat such mistakes this time around.

TBG has received dozens of complaints about an email sent out from the Paterson camp that activists say they did not sign up for. However, TBG understands that the data was actually harnessed from public voluntary lists from local associations and not internal CCHQ membership data, this is apparently well within the rules.

Though one CF'er has told TBG - "I'm rather unimpressed that a supposedly qualified legal professional could be so reckless when it comes to data protection. Can they explain themselves? I have never provided my email address to anyone in Conservative Future. Only the party's central office will have it as part of my membership."

Another deeply concerned CF'er contacted TBG after Paterson introduced herself as a barrister and her website stated she is a barrister. However, after checks with the BSB, barrister regulators, it has come to light that Paterson did the BPTC qualification but never finished her training and works as a solicitor.

"She (Paterson) works as a solicitor but has been introducing herself as a barrister to everyone in CF" - said the Tory source.

Team Paterson insiders say that the National CF Chairman candidate is not a full barrister. One source commented - "She says on her website that she is a solicitor with higher rights of audience", which TBG understands "to be a barrister during case process".

'Left Wing Union Militants Continue to Try And Grind Public Services to a Halt'.



The news that the same left wing union militants who continue to try to grind public services to a halt are yet again bankrolling the Labour Party under Red Ed Miliband speaks volumes.

Latest Electoral Commission figures show that Labour got £8 million from the unions in 2013.

What this in itself shows is that whilst the unions stuff the party's pockets they also pick the leader and buy the policies.

Policies like scrapping the welfare cap, wasting even more money on pointless pen pushers in the public sector, and re-nationalising the railways that would ultimately cost the tax payer £166 Billion over five years.

Don't these left wing loonies think they have done enough damage already with the unemployed millions and £450 Billion deficit that they left in 2010?

What this clearly proves is that Labour never learn from the mistakes of the past because they always will be the party of tax and spend.


Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Alexander Stafford Set For Tory Youth National Chairman Campaign Launch This Saturday.




ALEXANDER STAFFORD will apparently launch his bid to become the next Conservative Future National Chairman this Saturday at an undisclosed location in Central London, TBG can reveal.

One source from inside the Ealing Councillor's camp told TBG there will be, "a lot of supporters present. He is keen to reach out to as many people as possible."

TBG revealed that serious contender Cllr Stafford was to run for National Chairman in the early hours of this morning.

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