Tuesday, 19 February 2013

Tory Youth Leader candidate Matt Robinson to hold national Live Q&A session.



Candidate for National Chairman of Conservative Future, Matt Robinson, will be hosting a Live online Q&A session with Conservative Future members, tbg can reveal.

The session will be hosted by Livestream which can be found on Facebook. The event is due to start at 7PM on Thursday February 21st, more details will be made available on Robinson's campaign Facebook Page.

Matt told tbg - "I know that many people will have questions following on from my manifesto launch. I’m really looking forward to getting a chance to chat with members in a way that I believe is open and accessible for everyone.

"I hope to be able to answer as many questions as possible, and as part of my localism agenda, I'm also keen to hear what members want from their national executive over the next year. I know there are a lot of great ideas out there, and the campaign can be the perfect time to discuss new ideas in the open."


[READ] Matt Robinson's manifesto

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I thought candidates should be available to answer questions from their electorate generally. Not just at one specific time?

Richard Holloway said...

Do you have a question to ask? Because if you do, you can ask it at any time. Matt does have a twitter account, a facebook page and profile page. Oh and there is this marvellous invention called email.

Anonymous said...

here's my question then mate. What's Matt's stance on #teamjasmine? Is her backing her or is he really on a slate that has been behind the vicious online bullying of her? I ain't met a nicer girl and if Matt's choice is SJ he'll be losing my vote and plenty more once I let my branch know. Have you even read some of the comments online about her and in emails going round? What the hell is wrong with CF? More to the point who is going round spreading the smears? So Matty boy, man up and tell us what your stance is. According to twitter Cooper went to visit, one vote Deighton even posted in TBG!

Alex said...

I don't think we should use these personal attacks against Jasmine for partisan reasons against any candidate.

After all, she already outlined the emotional support she has received from National Chairman candidates.

http://www.theblueguerilla.co.uk/2013/02/exclusive-team-jasmine-issue-urgent.html

"I would like to take this opportunity to thank the National Chairman candidates; Matt, Oliver and Paul, who have supported me in this issue and would like to extend the thanks to those who have helped me in the unfortunate episodes in the past few weeks."

Anonymous said...

Down with Jaamine. Ellie is a much better choice and she doesn't have health problems. Ellie copes with everything, IB exams, extra curriculars and running out branch. We love you Ellie. Ellie to win.

Anonymous said...

I like how he's actually trying to reach out to voters and not using it to attack other candidates. That's real leadership. Humble is a word that springs to mind.

Richard Holloway said...

That's my point, if you want to ask that, ask as a real person on the Q&A or email/tweet/facebook Matt directly.
Why should Matt respond to an anonymous comment on a blog?

Free speech requires responsibilities as well as rights. Show some responsibility and ask a question under your own name.

Anonymous said...

Couldn't get a word in today Richard mate with all the planted questions you were asking Robinson!!!

Anonymous said...

I just want to know how mr Robinson got our email addresses? Its angered my branch severely and they have definitely decided NOT to vote for you now after this intrusion!
- Why did you not address this in your Q&A seasion? (I was watching but didn't have an account to put questions but you ignored the others who did!)
- Can you explain to us how you got the emails?
- What exactly does the Data Protection Act mean to you?
- If you win how can we trust you with our data?

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