Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Howlett prepares for Conference.


With conference only a few weeks away, Ben has been preparing himself for what could be his first conference as Chairman of Conservative Future.

With opposition camps wondering if they have “given up” or not, Howlett is already planning the first few weeks of his term as Chairman.

He has already received invites to speak from debates, youth events, Scout fringe meetings, drinks receptions, campaigns events, social action and Party meetings.

So far Ben has confirmed he is already working with Birmingham Conservative Future members to run campaigns and working with Birmingham University CF helping to support events. He said “I love the chance of getting my hands stuck in and getting on with the day job”.

He will also be attending events such as the Tory Bear party which looks to be another excellent event.

Ben said: “With the election not long over before Conference starts, it is going to be tough to get some of my policies implemented quickly so I will need to begin the implementation from day one.

I will be working with CCHQ and the Party in order to implement my ideas as quickly as possible. I already have strategies and policies which members have already seen, now it is time to get on with the job."

26 comments:

Anonymous said...

LMAO! Who does he think he is? Preparing for Conference, yes getting e-mails from fingerprint, lol. The guy is delusional.

Anonymous said...

Howletts ready to lead! Thank god for that.

Anonymous said...

Hold your horses buddy, you have not won this thing yet. Judging by all the negative feeling sent Howlett's way - and the lack of criticism of Cox - I figure this is going to be a very tight result?! This reminds me a bit of Bush? Actually Howlett reminds me a bit of Bush?!

Anonymous said...

Strangely Birmingham CF, don't know much about his "Support" or his "work with" them?

Anonymous said...

I don't think Howlett cares much for Bush

Anonymous said...

More of a wood chopper?

Anonymous said...

Bush is what you get from an accident with a cheese grater

Anonymous said...

At least we know Howlett has a plan of action, unlike the rest of the rabble running.

theBlueGuerilla. said...

LOL @ Anon 2:53pm

Anonymous said...

Anon @2.54- Whats his plan book a train and turn up? Wow, that's almost Einstein esk.

Anonymous said...

To go where only 12,000 men and women go each year, amazing stuff, book in that for him.

Anonymous said...

I hear Howlett is heading to Lincoln on a train with a cheese grater at the moment

Anonymous said...

I am sure the people of Lincoln will welcome him, he made a lot of friends last time he went there.

Tory Bear said...

ah come on TBG. I think i was just a wee bit sick in my mouth.

Anonymous said...

I bet his is already in CCHQ, sizing up Rocks crown jules, wanting to try them for size.

Anonymous said...

One good thing, he wants to work with CCHQ, meaning most of the damage he wants to do won't happen, not through them stopping him, but by them displaying their normal competence.

Anonymous said...

Man goes to conference, I shall be watching the front pages for this one tomorrow.

Sarah Hughes said...

Apart from Ben Howlett and TBG, does anybody actually like Ben Howlett? I have yet to see or hear many good things about him.

Anonymous said...

The image of Howlett sizing up Rock's crown jewels is the funniest comment so far, I personally feel sorry for 'Jules' whoever that is

Does Jules have a grater too? If so keep her away from Rock

Anonymous said...

Does Sarah have the grater?

Anonymous said...

Howlett really thinks he is a head of state, exactly whats wrong with CF.

Anonymous said...

He really is a waste of time and space.

Anonymous said...

Howlett is a fan of big round things.

Anonymous said...

Howlett is also losing the vote from what I hear.

Anonymous said...

Shame on him. I wonder, sweep stake, how long till Howlett gets punched at Conference? My bet is by the end of sunday.

Anonymous said...

My bet is 10.30am Sunday

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