Wednesday, 23 July 2014
EXCLUSIVE: Tory Youth Deputy Sarah-Jane Sewell May be Ditched & Told Not to Run in Upcoming Election.
SARAH-JANE SEWELL has allegedly been put in the same boat that's about to ship out of the Conservative Future (CF) National Executive and been told by Party activists not to bother running for CF Chairman, TBG can reveal.
After the Party Machine told CF Chairman Oliver Cooper not to run, a leading & major Party figure sensationally told TBG - "Having lost the backing of several promoted senior MPs there is concern that CF would be marginalised under her leadership."
Should Sewell choose to run, TBG understands senior MPs will not merely endorse her opponents but will, "actively denounce her as unfit for high office within the Conservative Party."
Cambridge University Conservative Association in CF Take-Over Bid to Crush 'Threats Not of This World'.
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY Conservative Association (CUCA) is apparently throwing its hat in the ring to sensationally lead a new Conservative Future (CF) National Executive in "imminent" elections, putting up candidates for National Chairman and Best Practice Officer, TBG can reveal.
The news of a another take-over bid comes just a couple of days after TBG revealed plans for CF elections and that there is an ongoing coup plot to ditch Leader Oliver Cooper in favour of a Team2015 slate, with the new face of Team2015 Alexandra Paterson running for National Chairman.
According to a senior CUCA figure the world famous Tory Association have been observing events in CF with "increasing concern". Many of its members now feel that stepping up to the plate and running the organisation themselves is the only way to prevent CF careering into a: "Cringe-worthy abyss of B-list infighting, campaigning trips to weird seaside towns which do nothing more than annoy bemused local residents and 'curry nights' with non-descript (think 'James Generic' of Newark fame) Conservative MPs who have nothing better to do and probably fancied a curry anyway."
TBG understands that prestigious former CUCA chairman James Mottram is set to run for National Chairman and will deliver a wide-ranging speech to the East India Club bar sometime in the near future with another "eminent" CUCA chairman, Callum Would, running as Best Practice Officer.
While details of Mr Mottram's speech have yet to be finalised he is expected to open his bid by stating that CF currently "lacks kindness" when dealing with its internal affairs and, as such, has made itself vulnerable to threats "not wholly of this world".
A senior CUCA source told TBG - "Mottram is also expected to sympathise with those irritated by the current National Chairman's, Oliver Cooper's, habit of turning up to university Conservative society drinks events uninvited in order to snaffle a cheeky free glass of Hendrick's Gin or Dow's Port, saying, 'Mr Cooper, as a valiant supporter of the free market, should know that welfarism is a cancer that destroys society, whatever setting it may occur in'."
Many also predict that Mr Mottram will strongly attack CF's latest campaigning idea, #RoadTrip2015, claiming, "In the twenty-first century effective campaigning involves employing subtle web-based mediums to convey messages and generate enthusiam; door-stepping is now not just ineffective and costly, it is also embarassing".
It's also expected that CUCA CF National Chairman candidate will launch a savage attack his potential opponent for CF National Chair, saying, "if Alexandra Paterson turned up at my door campaigning I would call her mother or her secondary school, I definitely wouldn't take what she said credibly, sadly".
It is also expected that the announcement of Mr Would's candidacy for Best Practice Officer will be included in Mr Mottram's speech. Mr Would is to be hailed as a "kind but just man" who 'will do to CF what he did to CUSU' and "exorcise its demons".
Sources at CUCA have revealed Mr Mottram is to claim that Mr Would's best practice policies will include requiring all CF members to have received all the Catholic sacraments, expelling libertarians and those who are only CF members for "some cut-price Vindaloo and a cheeky shag at conference in Bournemouth". Mottram also has plans to ensure that all future CF elections take place in Fisher House, Cambridge University's Catholic Chaplaincy, in a room with a locked door, the code for which will only be given to certain "men of kindness" in order to prevent "unfortunate accidents of democracy such as have occurred in CF's recent history".
After Mr Mottram's speech at the East India Club he is expected to hold a meeting with Oliver Cooper at a KFC of his choosing at which he will demand his support for his and Mr Would's candidacy. Sources close to Mr Mottram claim that he is "quietly confident" of receiving Mr Cooper's backing, having already received the backing of a number of other senior figures within the Conservative movement such as the Fellow Conspirator, Lord Cucan, the Punisher and, most recently, Desmond Fauntleroy.
EXCLUSIVE: Alexandra Paterson Bid to Lead CF Begins as the New Face of Conservative Party #Team2015.
ALEXANDRA PATERSON has begun her march to lead Conservative Future and been propelled to the forefront of the Conservative Party's #Team2015 new campaign to gain more volunteers, TBG can reveal.
TBG has seen a leaked official party letter that is being used to promote Team2015. Sources say the use of Paterson is because the Tory Party Machine see her as a "hardcore campaigner" and "trusted", she "is now the face of Team2015".
The Cooper Coup, exclusively revealed by TBG, is well underway with the current CF Chairman Oliver Cooper set to back Paterson for the top job after a bust-up at TubeTrip over the issue.
The new face of Team2015 Alexandra Paterson says in the official Conservative Party document, obtained by TBG:
"Like you, I care about Britain's future. I want to live in a country where our children get the best education, hardworking taxpayers can get on in life, and pensioners are well looked after in retirement.
"That's why I joined Team2015 - and why I'm asking you to volunteer today.
"Team2015 is at the heart of our campaign to secure a Conservative majority. Volunteers like me are delivering leaflets and speaking to voters in the seats that will decide the next election - playing our part in securing Britain's future.
"I love being a part of Team2015 and doing my bit to make sure Britain never goes back to Labour’s way of more spending, more taxes, and more debt than future generations can ever hope to pay off.
"Join Team2015 today - and let's win the next election and secure that better future for Britain.
LEAKED - Official Conservative Party document:
I think YI is coming to a crisis point. In the near-ish future Young Independence will become nothing more than a few teenagers controlled and dragged around by the party. Certainly not a youth movement.
Check either my blog or TBG's and you will see lots of stories about Jack Duffin's rise to power and how he is trying to manipulate the membership. YI members seem to be correct when they say that Duffin is launching as a 'cull of the libertarians'. It would also seem that in Duffin's YI everyone must think like him and do only what he says. This means Young Indpendence cannot work as a youth movement.
The libertarian section is vital to the future of YI not just because it makes up a large portion of the membership. Free thought and debate is the most essential part of a youth movement. Without this there can be no 'real' youth group. And look at the results of Duffin's actions. Not only are important members leaving left, right and centre but high up UKIP people are being turned off by YI's extremist leadership. YI is becoming Duffin's play thing.
YI is in crisis because it cannot survive if it continues down this path. But sadly for the Kippers it will do. The damage done cannot be reversed and Duffin is fused to the organisation like a limpet to a rock.
Obviously before I have half a dozen kippers post "oh but you're a Tory and so you're biased" I'd like to say yes I am a Tory and I am biased to some extent against YI. But these are the comments who is pretty reliably informed about what is going on and can take an honest observation. Also members shouldn't look for excuses in YI's problems.
Young Independence may be as a percentage the fastest expanding youth organisation but how many of those members are active participants? In reality the YI brain drain far outweighs the current increases.
Elliott has his own blog #ThingsElliotSays
Tuesday, 22 July 2014
CF Chairman Cooper (left) set to back contender Paterson (right) for top job
CONSERVATIVE FUTURE (CF) are heavily rumored to be set for a sensational "imminent" announcement on national elections, which will apparently include a 2015 Campaign Team slate that is set to "take-over" CF and lead the campaign for the Conservative Party into the 2015 General Election, TBG can reveal.
Sources have told TBG there has been an ongoing audacious plot to enact a coup and oust National Chairman Oliver Cooper in favour of Alexandra Paterson, which seems to be coming to fruition before CFrs' very eyes as speculation intensifies.
The juggernaut slate now seems unstoppable after rumuors of a dramtic argument between Cooper and a senior party activist were confirmed by Tory insiders when a CF'er exposed the row telling TBG the Party Machine wants to "hang Olly out to dry", over remarks made about "Sexual relations" whilst on the Tory campaign trail in The Times.
TBG can now exclusively disclose that Oliver Cooper is said to have yielded to the slate. TBG understands the CF Chairman will sensationally ask his supporters to vote Paterson for the top job in the Tory Youth Wing, which is now at the heart of the major Conservative Party campaign machine for the 2015 election.
It's unclear if the loyal & seemingly dedicated Oliver Cooper fans and supporters will lend their vote to Miss Paterson, but it'll be interesting to find out.
[READ] EXCLUSIVE: Alexandra Paterson Bid to Lead CF Begins as the New Face of Conservative Party #Team2015
ACCORDING TO Conservative Future Chairman Oliver Cooper's retweet and despite having an attendance of over 300 at its behind closed doors National Policy Forum event this weekend in Milton Keynes, only six people bothered to turn up for the Labour Party Action Day in the city on Saturday.
This weekend in Crydon 107 people turned out for the first ever Conservative Party #TubeTrip2015 event with Gavin Barwell MP and Chris Grayling MP.
Seems as though the Broxtowe and Portsmouth South comparison was no one-off after all.
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