Thursday, 2 July 2015

Cameron Brews EU Teacup Storm.

TEACUPS used to serve the popular British beverage at the European Union are in fact... made in England, TBG can sensationally reveal.

Questions are being asked as to whether the teacups were handed over as part of David Cameron’s official negotiations, or in fact just part of a globalised Europe. An insider in Brussels told this blog "if we leave, they (MEPs) won’t get tea! Cameron has found a fantastic bargaining chip here... we all know Juncker loves a cup of special brew in the mornings!"

When asked, a UKIP member declared this finding a "storm in a teacup."

McKenzie Elected YI Deputy Chairman.

The results are in and, as TBG predicted last week, Jamie McKenzie has come up trumps in the YI deputy leader election.

In his first post-election statement, Jamie said he wants to ensure elections and referendums are "not just fought at the ballot box and on the doorsteps, but in a range of grassroots interactions and groups." With YI often riddled with splits within its own ranks, any real attempt to impact the EU out campaign will mean not only learning to work with members of other parties, but with each other too.

Elsewhere, there were wins for Kieran Warren as Media Manager, and Matt Mackinnon as Events Officer.

The final results were not released, but this blog is trying to get hold of the numbers.

Wednesday, 1 July 2015

'Winter is Coming' as CF Slate Plan to Install Warden of the North.

LATEST rumours swirling around Westminster in regards to Conservative Future (CF) National Elections concern three individuals who are warning members that "Winter is Coming" and activists should be vigilant, TBG can reveal.

The prophecy comes from a rumoured slate set to take on, "the Targaryen establishment and put in place a CF of sex and drinking and not careerists" - said a source who wished to remain anonymous.

Leon French is said to be running for CF National Chairman on the slate with Matthew Wilson as the "hand of the king", which sounds so wrong outside the confines of Game of Thrones but TBG can only assume that means a Deputy role.

The third character is Tory activist Salman Anwar who is highly speculated to be the next "Warden of the North and take Yorkshire" - said the anonymous source.

Monday, 29 June 2015

EXCLUSIVE: CWF Plunged Into Data Theft Row.

The CWF Website may also be scamming your information

CONSERVATIVE WAY FORWARD (CWF), a pressure group and campaign tool for the Conservative Party, is at the centre of a huge storm over data theft of Conservative Future (CF) activists and visitors to their website page which shows the newly elected representatives of its organising committee, TBG can sensationally reveal.

Since TBG last reported on a potential data leak within the CF National Executive and this data being used for outside projects by its Members, TBG can reveal we have seen more evidence of activists receiving campaign material via email from other now elected representatives of the CWF committee without giving any particular candidate their information for such correspondence.

Some visitors to the CWF website were met with a warning by various firewall providers which are more suited to dodgy 18+ websites. The warning though seems serious & stark, it included the scamming of personal and financial information.

It's yet unknown how deep this scandal may go or affect the organisation going forward.

Oh Chairman Where Art Thou?

Canning is keeping shtum on CF National Chairman role

AS gossip over the upcoming CF elections continues to spiral out of control, TBG has yet to have confirmation of any official declarations.

Our recent poll, that saw a surprise surge for outsider Mo Metcalf- Fisher, has yet to of led to any formal announcements. Mo, who was spotted at a Young Conservatives event in East Berlin this weekend, has not given any sign of his plans. Canning and Springthorpe also appear set on keeping their cards close to their chests.

One concerned CF member said - "As per usual, we have no idea of what's happening. Our current Chairman is spending lots of time focusing on outside projects, so that leads all of us worried about our own organisation. I hope elections are called soon."

Asked by TBG who she'd support, the same member replied - "I've got my eyes on two people, but I'm not totally decided yet. The next Chairman must be completely different from what we've had this year. They've (the exec) have been good at campaigning but we need a fresh approach and someone who isn't afraid to say it how it is."

One frothy mouthed Tory told TBG - "I spend hours upon hours looking at pictures of all three possible contenders. It's borderline creepy. A couple of names on that list merged together as one would be awesome. Canning's friendly and Luke's very organised. Mo also adds a completely knew dimension as he's new, principled and determined."

Sunday, 28 June 2015

EXCLUSIVE CF Chairman Poll: Result in Full.

1. Mo Metcalf-Fisher - 32%
2. Stephen Canning - 21%
3. Luke Springthorpe - 11.4%
4. Isaac Duffy - 10%

Others - 9.4%
Theodora Dickinson 5.2%
India Brunmit - 4%
Annabel Shaw - 4%
Mahyar Tousi - 2.5%
Jacob Wilkinson - 0.5%

There were 359 respondents over 24 hours. 91.4% said they were a Conservative Future Member, 8.6% did not identify as members.


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