Monday, 29 April 2013

EXCLUSIVE: Wales Tory Youth in Turmoil & Reeling After Nightclub 'Booth Event'.


New CF Wales Chairman facing leadership challenge within "weeks"

SOURCES have sensationally revealed to tbg that the Wales Conservative Future (CF) Leader's position has now become "Untenable" after a "Shambolic" fringe event took place this past weekend 3 miles away from the Welsh Tory Conference, at the Pitcher & Piano Club in Swansea.

CCHQ Wales apparently refused to give the CF Wales Chairman a venue at the conference centre so he had secured a venue in the city centre. Welsh sources revealed the 'fringe event' was actually a 'booth event' held in a tiny area in "the middle of the nightclub".

tbg can report the entire CF Wales membership turned up along with activists from The Freedom Association & Rory Bloomfield of the Better Off Out campaign to give a speech.

"The Nightclub was full of drunk people that came over and started heckling at us", - one Welsh Tory told tbg.

Another said - "We couldn't even hear Rory. We had the smallest of areas right in the middle of the club. We were constantly interrupted by people. All of CF Wales were there along with Welsh Assembly members.

"It was a thoroughly embarrassing event for Wales CF and showed us up in-front of elected Welsh Assembly members, Rory, the Freedom Association and the Better Off Out activists."


tbg can exclusively reveal plans afoot to boot out the current CF Wales Chairman. CCHQ Wales and CCHQ London have drawn up proper election procedures since CCHQ voided the recent CF Wales Executive election.

A CF Wales source told tbg - "There will be a leadership bid in the next few weeks to oust the CF Wales Chairman. It will be supported by several leading CF members in Wales. There was even talk of setting up a Wales UKIP branch - which will definitely poach most of the CF Wales members."

"Planning of this event was a disaster. We were embarrassed in front of so many people. The election scandal and now this. I do not see any light at the end of the tunnel".

33 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dear o dear!

Anonymous said...

good job jasmine stayed 'better off out' thank hooking up with Chris! that's our girl

Anonymous said...

SWANSEA. WINE STREET. SATURDAY NIGHT. WHAT DO PEOPLE EXPECT

Anonymous said...

@1:04pm

Didn't tbg report they were getting engaged?

Anonymous said...

School boy error there. Always book a private room for an event of this nature.

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Joshua Gaskell said...

Is this blog up only to slag off other conservatives? Its disgusting, childish, and outright shameful. Please do us all a favour, grow up, and stop dirtying the names of other people.

Joshua Gaskell said...

also, the fact that people only post up anonymously only proves to highlight what a bunch of cowardly people you all are. Its scarcely surprising that people fail to respect our party.

Joshua Gaskell said...

And the event wasn't even that bad! Some of us actually had a great time and had a laugh with those so called 'hecklers' as opposed to being stuck up and awkward..

Anonymous said...

is oily going to do anything?

Anonymous said...

Christopher has lost the support of the majority of Welsh CF branches, most notably, Swansea and Cardiff. He has also lost the support of CCHQ Wales, who no longer take his calls. How on earth can he do his job against such a backlash of opinion and support against him!?

Anonymous said...

This is CCHQ Wales fault. They should have provided a venue!! Idiots.

Joshua Gaskell said...

who ever posted at 6:20pm, I'd like to know your name, because I am a member of Swansea CF and I know that they couldn't possibly be that full of that many backstabbing careerists..

Anonymous said...

Is Oliver going to intervene? He didn't at the election rigging, surely he has now?

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 7:45pm

I suppose you believe that everything else Chris has messed up over the last few months is also Wales CCHQ's fault?

I agree, Cooper needs to step in and sort it out. Fast. Wales CF is becoming the laughing stock of Conservative Future!

Anonymous said...

Oh Josh, you so Plaid!

Anonymous said...

Seriously who cares. People in the comment section here are getting so worked up.

Anonymous said...

Guide me, O thou great Redeemer,
Pilgrim through this barren land;
I am weak, but thou art mighty;
Hold me with thy powerful hand:
Bread of heaven, bread of heaven
Feed me till I want no more.
Feed me till I want no more.

Open thou the crystal fountain
Whence the healing stream shall flow;
Let the fiery, cloudy pillar
Lead me all my journey through:
Strong deliverer, strong deliverer
Be thou still my strength and shield.
Be thou still my strength and shield.

When I tread the verge of Jordan,
Bid my anxious fears subside;
Death of death, and hell's destruction,
Land me safe on Canaan's side:
Songs of praises, songs of praises
I will ever give to thee.
I will ever give to thee.

Anonymous said...

At Joshua. No one is backstabbing anyone in Wales CF. Christopher is bringing this on himself. Old boy.

S. Johnson said...

This sort of rhetoric serves only to cause dissent amongst the Conservative Future. It is the lowest of the low, the vilest of the vile and beneath contempt. All those who wish to create a movement which can pull together and have fun, be active and make a difference in politics know to not fall fowl of such tittle tattle.

S. Johnson said...

*foul (I hate that one cannot edit one's posts)

Anonymous said...

At least a few more people attended than sat at Harries' table at the Conference dinner that evening. I counted two others on a table for ten. Hardly Chairman material.

Katie Redmond said...

This article is completely unhelpful and very petty. Chris works hard to bring CF together and make it a friendly organisation.

Joshua Gaskell said...

sorry, but what sort of childish comment is that you cowardly 'anonymous' so and so?! Chris was placed on that table through no fault of his own. Grow a pair, and grow up. Seriously, whoever you conniving individuals are, you really need to sort out your life priorities if the best fun you can get in life is through vindicating some poor individual. Please, do us all a favour and join the Liberal party, that is the one ran by Nick Clegg, not the Liberal Party ran by DC.

Anonymous said...

I wonder how many times Harries' supporter(s) will keep spouting this "No fault of his own" line.

Seems to have a lot of bad luck in that case then, doesn't he?

Anonymous said...

Anyone who thinks they will get any sort of decency from anonymous internet posts..... all I can say is welcome to the internet and what do you expect.

Replying to them makes them want to post even more, to which you all act as shining knights coming to Christopher's saviour and it adds fuel for more anonymous comments.

Christopher does not make his situation better. He attempted to cover up and form a blanket of lies over the election rigging malarkey and now we have this.

Anonymous said...

Can someone send a new drama idea following Wales CF to BBC Wales?

Katie Redmond said...

One day, you anonymous bloggers will get stabbed in the back yourselves, and when you do, it will be decent people like Chris who back you up.

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Anonymous said...

As ever donors & older activists read this and see CF having a go, lots of nasty anonymous lightweights thinking they can always do better, yet they're so bitter, twisted and vicious they'll just end up losing members and votes for the Conservatives.
CF is a national embarrassment, it's time to have the Party Chairman disband it and cull the jumped up little twits who've sadly NOT made the jump from playgroup to mature adult life!
Best advice to Chris is ignore the spiteful silly C.F. children who wanted his role, write to CCHQ and complain about they're useless event support and get another event planned asap with a sponsor to let hard working well behaved intelligent young conservatives have some fun!

Joshua Gaskell said...

here, here to both the last comment and especially Katie Redmond! xx What a legend that woman is! xD

Anonymous said...

'tbg will not tolerate incitement to hatred or bullying' is that not exactly what this horrid little article has at it's heart?!? Chris Harries is a hardworking person who puts a lot into the conservative party and looking at comments and blogs like this I question why anyone would want to associate with the CF. What a bunch of little children playing at being grown ups - go back to school! If you can do better put your neck on the line and stand up and do something, it's easy to sit on the sidelines and make bitchy comments and hide behind you anonymity.

Anonymous said...

CF Wales is now the laughing stock of CF nationally.

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