Friday, 1 May 2015
RUMOURS are flying around Westminster about a sensational ‘Watch Party’ set take place on election night at a top venue in Central London, TBG can reveal.
The event is said to be a joint ‘super-party’ organised by National Conservative Future (CF), London CF, South East CF and leading centre-right think-tank Parliament Street. Sources have revealed to TBG the venue will have various screens available where activists can watch the election results come in until the early hours of May 8th Live.
National CF Chairman, Alexandra Paterson told TBG: "We will be making an announcement very soon on this. We’re all very excited to be working together."
CF Chairman's Election DiaryThis has been a particularly busy week for me, on Tuesday I did the Channel 4 Youth Leaders Debate in association with Shout Out UK. The debate lasted an hour and a half and we went through 14 questions on topics including the economy, immigration, education and the NHS.
I enjoyed the debate and was particularly proud of the hits I made against Labour on employment, the mansion tax and tuition fees. I really appreciate all the supportive messages and tweets I’ve had from people over the past week, thanks guys!
I was rather dismayed to see that a number of others on the panel, and the audience, were so ardently against Trident. I am proud of the Conservatives’ strong policy on defence. The number one function of Government is to protect its nation, both domestically and internationally and our nuclear deterrent has kept peace in Europe for the past 70 years.
You can watch the debate HERE.
Tonight I am off to join Battlebus2015 and will be away campaigning the last week of the election. I’m looking forward to this final stage of the short campaign. I know we’re all exhausted but I believe that we can make a real difference on the doorstep over the next 6 days so CFers and activists alike, one last push please, this is a call to arms. We cannot let the socialists ruin our country.
For those of you watching Question Time last night you’ll have seen Leeds rip into Miliband over his dealing with the SNP and his blatant lies about Labour spending. His response to a proper Northern grilling was to fall off stage. The man is an Omnishambles; he is not fit to be Prime Minister of Great Britain.
On polling day I will be in Harlow campaigning for the excellent Robert Halfon. His popular and effective campaigning has caught the attention of the national media and I’m sure scared Labour to death. He really is a socialist’s worst nightmare. I’m looking forward to seeing the smirk wiped of Suzy Stride’s face when Halfon annihilates her on May 7th. Her negative campaigning won’t work, the right always prevail.
You can see Robert Halfon’s campaign video HERE.
Wednesday, 29 April 2015
There's a huge story breaking on the Isle of Wight last night.
TBG has learned that the agent for the Conservative Candidate Andrew Turner has sensationally resigned.
We understand that David Walter claims his position had become "untenable" amidst concerns about the "campaign fund" and the "style of management".
The news that one of Labour's biggest financial backers Unite are urging Ed Miliband to do business with Alex Salmond and the ultra left wing SNP simply exposes the risk Britain faces if it does not get behind David Cameron.
The latest GDP figures show that the job is far from complete and as we have seen by the results of the last few years of failed socialism in France only Conservative economics can keep the recovery going.
Anything else would be back to square one where we saw work fail to pay and more debt take business elsewhere.
Which is why anyone contemplating voting Labour or Ukip needs to think twice or they may be putting their own jobs in the private sector at risk too.
In Britain the economy grew by 0.3 per cent in the first quarter of this year and is up 2.4 per cent over the last year.
The economy has grown by almost 10 per cent over the last five years.
And Britain’s economy is 4 per cent bigger than the pre-crisis peak when Labour’s Great Recession saw the economy shrink by 6.0 per cent.
New figures also show there are now 2 million more people in work than in 2010.
That'S 1,000 jobs every since the last election.
Over the last year 80 per cent of the jobs created have been full-time.
Over 70 per cent of the rise in private sector employment has been outside London.
What these latest economic figures show is that the job is far from complete.
As we have seen by the results of the last few years of failed socialism in France only Conservative economics can keep the recovery going.
Tuesday, 28 April 2015
ALEXANDRA PATERSON is said to be "fired up" for tonights Channel 4 'Youth Leaders' Debate' Live and exclusive on Channel 4's new online service All4.
Expect the Conservative Future Leader Paterson to deliver huge blows to UKIP's Jack Duffin and Labour's Alex Harding.
You can watch Paterson's Channel 4 promo video HERE.
Another day and another telephone poll gives the Conservatives a six point lead over Labour.
What this shows is that this election has got 1992 written all over it.
Back then with one week to go Neil Kinnock's Labour had a ten point lead.
Today with a week and a bit to go it's not even neck and neck.
Today, it's not the Labour Leader scaring off voters.
Instead it's just the thought of the SNP with ORB today reporting that no less than 25% of voters less likely to back Labour At the thought of the Scottish Nationalists holding the balance of power and 29% of potential Ukip voters saying that they could vote Tory at the thought too.
We will see!
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