Saturday, 28 November 2015

Grant Shapps Resigns Over Tory Sex Blackmail Plot & Suicide Scandal.

IT'S thought that revelations in the press tomorrow pushed him over the edge.

BBC Reporting that: "Claims have engulfed the Tories following the apparent suicide in September of activist Elliott Johnson."

"Mr Johnson's father had called on Mr Shapps, a former party co-chairman, to resign over claims he ignored repeated warnings about the actions of party youth organiser Mark Clarke."

"Mr Clarke has denied any wrongdoing."

"The party has been subject to allegations of bullying, sexual assault and intimidation since Mr Johnson, 21, was found dead."

"Prime Minister David Cameron said it was a 'tragic loss of a talented young life'."

"Downing Street said the prime minister was awaiting the results of an internal investigation but Mr Johnson's father has called for an independent and external inquiry."

Shapps resignation letter can be seen here in full.

Thursday, 26 November 2015

Osborne Puts Conservative Party Firmly on the Centre Ground.

George Osborne's Spending Review once again proves that it is the Conservative Party that continues to occupy the centre ground of British politics.

It builds upon the foundations already laid out by the Chancellor over the last five years.

A five years that has seen Britain reach record levels of employment, growth, rising wages & low inflation.

Latest statistics show the highest employment rate ever at 73.7% and that it is a Conservative Government that is moving towards the goal of full employment.

The spending Review will continue to deliver economic and national security whilst at the same time reduce the levels of debt that Labour left behind.

It was a spending reveiew that is about the foundations of everything we do.

It will put Britain back in the black and living within its means and deliver economic and national security.

This is proven by the fact that spending on counter terrorism alone is to rise by 30 percent.

However, the fact that the chancellor has pledged almost £7 Billion to make housebuilding a priority, with more than 400,000 "affordable homes" to be built in England proves that it is the Conservatives who remain the party of those wanting to aspire, work hard and get on in life.

It is a Spending Review that continues the path of reducing the deficit so we deal with our debts, safeguard our economy for the long term and keep mortgage rates low.

And it is a spending review that will help the Conservatives continue to deliver for people who want to work hard, play by the rules and get on in life.

Which is far more than can be said for a Labour Party who clearly want to return to the same old days of tax and spend that saw them rack up the biggest budget deficit in our peacetime history between 1997 and 2010.

Wednesday, 25 November 2015

EXCLUSIVE: Paterson Orchestrated Elliott Johnson Support & Tatler Tory Clarke Named CF Successor.

LEAKED messages between suspended Conservative Future [CF] Chairman Alexandra Paterson, 'Tatler' Tory Mark Clarke and CF members have landed in TBG's inbox over the past 4 weeks or so.

TBG can reveal the CF Chairman putting heavy pressure on other CF members to "LIKE" a Facebook post by Elliott Johnson, who was found on the tracks at Sandy Station in September after he took his own life after being bullied.

In a Mafiosi type exchange Paterson says "We are now in crisis" and promises to "protect" members after dishing out orders to orchestrate support for a post by Elliott Johnson.

In another exchange between Mark Clarke and a CF member it's exclusively revealed that Clarke's next choice for National CF Chairman was Stephen Canning. Clarke says he wouldn't "Overtly" back Canning, but then says he didn't do that with Alexandra Paterson's bid either - a statement many Tory youth members may disagree with.

Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Police Investigate Tory Revenge Porn Video.

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POLICE are now investigating an alleged attempted Tory blackmail plot involving a sex tape, TBG can sensationally reveal.

The latest twist in the 'Tatler Tory' scandal saw The Mail report that Mark Clarke had tried to leak a copy of it to the media.

Clarke denies the allegations arguing that he approached the media about the film because he wanted to expose the blackmailer.

According to the Mail, the video was originally created after a youngster on the Road Trip campaign was duped into performing a sex act on Skype by an attractive blonde woman with a French name.

The French lady first contacted the victim on Facebook, where they exchanged messages. She later made contact on Skype, and stripped on screen in front of him. It was at that point she persuaded him to perform the explicit act on camera.

The alleged victim claims that he then received a demand to pay £2,500 or the film would be posted on Facebook.

He refused to pay and the threat was carried out.

The Commentator reports: "Well-placed sources have said that the video can now be used as evidence to prosecute those responsible. It is understood that Police will seek to match the furniture seen in the video along with other evidence. The source, who has seen the video, claimed that at one point a child can be heard in the background."

In a further twist Conservative Future has been branded as "The products of a modern culture where trolling, bullying, offending and terrorising people has become commonplace" by left wing critic Yasmin Alibhai Brown.

Ms Alibhai Brown tells today's i:

"Dodgy and Unruly Youth Movements have been backed unconditionally by the Tory Hierarchy for far too long."

"If David Cameron and Lord Feldman do not act decisively tame and restrain the young bulldogs of the party, we must assume they secretly support such tactics."

"Men like Mark Clarke and his cronies will rule over us one day, and when they do, the toffs in the present government will seem upright and humane."

Monday, 23 November 2015

EXCLUSIVE: Tory Inquiry Should Extend to CF Election Result.

CONSERVATIVE FUTURE [CF] members have raised sensational questions about the validity of the Cooper Coup which saw the former National Chairman fall on his sword and endorse Alexandra Paterson for CF Chairman and the rest of the "RoadTrip" slate, TBG can reveal.

Paterson once elected was then made the face of the Conservative Party's 2015 General Election Campaign.

One CF'er said: "We all know that Shapps was the Team2015 director at CCHQ and Clarke was heavily involved."

Another CF'er said: "I truly have no confidence. Certain high-up Tories would boast about fixing the Conservative Future election result to get the Team2015 they wanted. They may have been blowing their own trumpet but considering recent revelations this should be taken seriously."

A third Tory member told TBG: "It's obvious."

"The current inquiry should extend to the CF elections and the conduct of the suspended National Executive and their backers."

Reporters Catch-up With Clarke in Barbados.

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STAYING at an extravagant £1,000-a-night villa at the Coral Reef Club, Clarke was pacing around on his phone according to a reporter who caught up with the man the spotlight is firmly on in the Tory bullying, sex, blackmail and drugs plot scandal that is now a raging fire of lethal flames sweeping through the Conservative Party.

When approached by the Daily Mail yesterday, Clarke allegedly "turned pale and he immediately approached a receptionist at the nearby front desk."

Reports claims that Clarke turned and pointed towards the reporter. "Looking on the verge of tears, his voice trembled" as he shouted: "This man is from a national newspaper and he is harassing me on my holiday."

It is then claimed he walked off without responding to any of the allegations – all of which he has consistently denied.

It comes on the same day a Tory female activist said she woke up naked with an MP, after a drinks party with Clarke's allies, and has no recollection of how this came to be.


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