Thursday, 28 May 2015

Only the Conservatives Are on The Side of Tax-paying, Hard-working & Law-abiding Citizens.

Once again The Queen's Speech provides a fitting example of why only the Conservatives are on the side of the tax-paying, hard-working and law-abiding citizens that keep our country and our economy going so strong.

It simply proves that the British people made the right choice by electing a Conservative Government with an outright majority for the first time since Sir John Major's outstanding triumph, also against the odds, on April 9th 1992.

The speech, above anything else, helps restore some of the trust back into British Politics we unfortunately lost under Labour between 1997 and 2010 by putting into law the tax and national insurance cuts that David Cameron promised before the election.

This will ensure that year-on-year between now and 2020, people will be able to earn more and more money that will go straight in their pocket below an ever increasing tax threshold so as nobody earning the minimum wage and working up to 30 hours a week pays no tax at all.

Above anything though, the Queens Speech shoots Ukip's scaremongering fox once and for all by legislating for a fresh EU Referendum by the end of 2017.

I have been registered to vote since 1989 some fourteen years after the last referendum on the European Economic Community so the fact of the matter is that there are some people approaching their sixties who have never had a say on the crypto communist regime that now operates in Britain called the EU.

Under the Conservatives the electorate will get a say on the EU, the electorate will get lower taxes, work will pay, welfare dependency will be a distant memory and by the end of this parliament, once it has been scrutinised properly, there will also be a British Bill of Rights to replace the dreaded Human Rights Acts that helped defend the rights of terrorists like Abu Hamza for so long.

We got rid of Hamza and we will get rid of the dreaded Human Rights Act too regardless of whatever petty argument Labour's socialist apparatchiks come up with.

It's a far cry from the days of Labour's tax and spend, its much better than the days when council tax doubled and the gold was sold at rock bottom prices.

It's called fixing the roof whilst The Sun is shining down so that together we can make Britain better.

Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Springthorpe Hits Back at 'Shoddy' Website.

LUKE SPRINGTHORPE has launched a blistering attack on breaking poll results, slamming the websites polling and writing as "Shoddy", TBG can sensationally reveal.

London Conservaive Future Chairman exclusively told TBG - "Not surprisingly, RightofCentre and its editor's integrity in polling is about as shoddy as its writing capabilities. Given that the poll allows multiple votes to be cast by the same person, I think I'll take the results with a pinch of salt and continue to crack on with the job in London."

It's unknown if Luke Springthorpe will restand for the London CF Chairmanship in probable upcoming National Elections in August.

Future CF National Executive Possibilities.

Will Canning Lead Conservative Future?

CONSERVATIVE FUTURE (CF) are feeling the tremors of a survey on satisfaction among Members, it has been revealed that it will find the majority of members dissatisfied & that CF has been to London-Based and needs to go to all Regions in England and Wales.

TBG spoke to one CF Member about his opinions on the youth wing of the Conservative Party nationwide:

"I personally think that Team Patterson represented me the best in the National Executive elections last year, especially Anabel Shaw who was running for Best Appointed Officer. She spoke about reform which I thought CF needed. Nearly 10 months down the line, I think the Exec have delivered reform, and have kept all well updated. However, I still think the Youth Wing is too London-Centric."

"CF has strongholds in London, York, Manchester and Cardiff, with other places producing good numbers such as Nottingham and Cheshire. However that’s about it. South East and South West is getting stronger, but overall I feel CF needs to look at recruiting Chairs, dedicated to delivering for all areas and not just the most populated."

TBG also asked who they thought would be the next CF Chair:

"I would like to see Mayhar Tousi or Stephan Canning take on the role, but I think someone like Annabel Shaw would be a good candidate so I’d vote for her."

Tuesday, 26 May 2015

BREAKING: CF Poll Set to Show Dissatisfaction as National Election Called For August.

CONSERVATIVE FUTURE (CF) will soon be in full election mode it what is set to be the most interesting election for some time.

TBG understands that CCHQ have penciled in a CF National Election this August.

A CF members' poll commissioned by rival website RightofCentre exclusively seen by TBG is sensationally set to show dissatisfaction with the current leadership.

First poll results show a heavy disastifaction with the London CF leadership.

A Senior CF source said: "This is outrageous. London is entirely united behind our glorious leader Mr Springthorpe. London CF could never treat him with such disrespect this must be a great mistake. We all adore him.

"We especially love his not in anyway annoying Facebook posts and the way he has mini-Roadtrips and stands in the front of the photo and takes all the glory. You can take it from the fact he stands in front of MPs in Campaign photos how much he is respected in London."

EXCLUSIVE: As seen by TBG London chairman satisfaction rating is a low 3.84

READ MORE >> Springthorpe Hits Back at 'Shoddy' Website

READ MORE >> Future CF National Executive Possibilities

EXCLUSIVE: Young Independence Front Runners Revealed.

Jenkins [left] & Painter [right]

YOUNG INDEPENDENCE (YI) has recently been thrown into an early election after Chairman Jack Duffin stood down. TBG can exclusively reveal two names vying for the top position in the UKIP youth wing.

Sources close to senior UKIP aides told TBG earlier today that the race is between Jake Painter and Joe Jenkins, they also leaked their manifesto .pdf links to this website.

Jenkins is Scottish and started the YI students movement and ran against Nick Clegg in the recent General Election gaining 6.4% (3,575) of the vote.

Painter describes himself as a "classical liberal, conservative leanings, Maggie T fan, English/British patriot and YI chairman for north london". According to a YI insider he apparently "has very little support".

Labour Party See The Light and Accept Need For EU Referendum.

So, the Labour Party have finally seen the light by accepting the need for an E.U. Referendum.

Whilst I welcome this rapid change of heart the fact of the matter is that had Labour won the last election or done a deal with the ultra left wing SNP which, according to union baron Len McClusky, was certainly on the cards, the British people would not be getting an in or out vote.

The reason why the British people are getting an in or out vote is because David Cameron and the Conservative Party won an outright majority in the General Election.

Even if Mr Cameron had not won enough seats to form a majority this would not be happening because as we saw in the aftermath of the 2010 Hung Parliament it was a red line issue that the Liberal Democrats were dead against as was proven when James Warton's Private Members Bill was defeated.

The only reason Labour support the referendum is because they, like me, know it is going to happen.

Yet for Labour's Shadow Foreign Secretary Hilary Benn to already back the In Campaign even before the negotiations have taken place is just like a mug punter backing a horse without reading it s form.

Or is Mr Benn suggesting that every Tom, Dick and Harry from the EU is still welcome to come to Britain to live on benefits like millions did under Labour?

Is Mr Benn suggesting it is OK for British tax payers to subsidise a family of four EU citizens who have never paid a penny into our benefits system to come here and claim £700 a month in tax credits the moment they land on our shores as also happened under Labour?

It certainly seems that this is the case to me!

Which is exactly why either the EU has to substantially change from its current crypto communist format or Britain needs to get out of the EU completely.

People should forget the nonsense they hear about certain businesses threatening to leave our shores and wake up to the mess we are still in.

These are after all the same businesses fighting EU red tape on a daily basis.

It's a mess that can only be cleared with either substantial Conservative changes to the current E.U. or by Britain leaving once and for all by having its own freedom back for its own trade and business outside the faltering EU and instead with nations we cannot even do proper business with at the moment because of the E.U. like China, India and other emerging economies.

The E.U, needs to either wake up to this change or the british people will do it for them.


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