Thursday, 6 June 2013

Tory Youth Wing on Alert Over National Executive Splits and Snubs.



CONSERVATIVE FUTURE (CF) has found itself embroiled in sensational rumours of splits, snubs and targeting of its National Executive members by influential CF members, tbg can reveal.

In a platter of revealing stories on the Backbencher & it's new sparkling column Milton Spies, National Deputy Chairman Sarah-Jane Sewell and National Chairman Oliver Cooper have been in the center of a storm regarding poor relationships within the National Exec' and wider CF members.

Milton's recent speculation points to a broken relationship between Sewell and Cooper, even alleging National Chairman Oliver Cooper's Skype call during the National Exec's first meeting was snubbed or "purposefully ignored" by the National Deputy Chairman Sewell & Co, after Cooper was unable to attend in person.

"Ms Sewell then took to Facebook, launching a tirade against new Chairman Oli Cooper, criticizing him for his non attendance [sic]" - said Milton's article. It continued - "Ms Sewell instantly hit back that Mr Cooper had not responded to anyone’s ‘emails, texts, phone calls, or Skypes an ironic dig if there ever was one."

Today Milton says inside sources reveal that Cooper has been snubbing CF Members and has refused contact with theblueguerilla for positive CF coverage, after tbg approached Cooper for information on his chairmanship and CF goings-on.

tbg can confirm that Oliver Cooper has not communicated with this website over suggested positive CF coverage since his election to the Tory Youth Wing's top job, this after several successful interactions between theblueguerilla and Oliver Cooper to defend his campaign against malicious election tactics during this years brutal CF National election.

National Deputy Chairman Sarah-Jane Sewell is a strong independent young woman, and with recent form it may not surprise some that targeted baseless attacks have now begun against the successful National Executive member.

Sewell has recently been elected onto her student union executive as Environment & Ethics Officer.

52 comments:

Anonymous said...

each one more vile than the other.

Anonymous said...

Refusing to talk to this website ? Good on him! I wish more did the same...

Anonymous said...

Oily doesn't communicate with anyone in CF unless its about KFC.

Anonymous said...

Sarah-Jane stop stirring things up its not improving your reputation! that was trashed long ago.

Anonymous said...

Splits in Wales CF as well! Shamblesobllololes so far

Anonymous said...

Cooper is a nasty piece of work. Now he has been elected by a bunch of naive students who did not know enough about this snake oil salesman to see through his sham act we are stuck withhim for the next year. He treats anyone who has ever said a word against him with utter contempt. He won't engage with people's genuine concerns, address serious issues that affect the members, or answer people's growing concerns about his total lack of leadership!

This is politics Cooper. Not everyone thinks you are the second coming, or the best thing to happen to CF since its founding. Grow up, get over it, and engage with people. Perhaps you can convince some people to change their minds about you by talking to them and using blogs like this to tell the members what you are doing and what you plan to do to improve CF.

Anonymous said...

"strong independent woman" - no she's got an attitude problem

Anonymous said...

Oily's trip to Moldova was nothing to do with CF or the Conservative party. Yet another of his foreign junkets and self promotion tours.

At the meeting that had to be postponed several times because Cooper was too busy several members phoned in who could not be there. If the Skye was not working why did he not do the same?

Lame excuses from Cooper's team of slime balls!

Anonymous said...

SJ really looks a fool from all this. It is a wonder she won that election.

Anonymous said...

Olly really should get on with sorting this all out. The NEC is just too split to work this year.

Anonymous said...

Wales are a mess.
The NEC is divided with two big egos fighting it out.
Where is Cooper.
Could SJ look more childish?

Anonymous said...

Having read the original backbencher stories SJ looks awful no matter how TBG spins it. What is she playing at?

Anonymous said...

SJ couldn't make the conference and that's sort of understandable but to then bitch continuously about other NEC members' availability? Hypocrite.

Anonymous said...

@5:04 another leak from within the NEC bitching about Cooper?! God they are divided.

Anonymous said...

This was never going to work. Three members of the Robinson slate out of four nec members.
Both sides fought too bitterly during the election. They just don't get on.

Anonymous said...

Oli has time to tweet utter crap but not to talk to the members? #resign

Anonymous said...

Has Cooper defected to UKIP yet? Can he hurry up and do so.

Anonymous said...

Here's a thought: abolish CF

Anonymous said...

Isn't this all just old news? Who doesnt know this stuff...

Anonymous said...

If Cooper is ignoring tbg I have mildly more respect for the man

Anonymous said...

Typical! Talk talk during election, then nothing after. Wish I'd voted Holmes now!!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 6.20pm. It's not just tbg though he makes no comment on any blog, fails to use the CF website or any medium to communicate what he is doing for CF. look at his twitter and all it is is a series of comments on things he has read in the telegraph, on overseas issues or KFC! Why does he not lead CF?

Anonymous said...

Oli Oli Oli, out out out.

Anonymous said...

Is SJ the most irritating and incompetent individual in CF and that really is saying something.

Anonymous said...

Can't we no confidence the both of them. Bickering like children.

Anonymous said...

Wales is a mess, Eastern was a stitch up... SJ does nothing... Kick them all out.

Anonymous said...

Jobs for the boys. That's all the strategy tea will be too - rewarding those that said the right things during the election. That's why we have so many incompetent twits with titles.

Anonymous said...

Does anybody else feel like we are being screwed over to further the "careers" of these people?

Anonymous said...

and has Cooper commented in response to this? Where is he?

Anonymous said...

Cooper never comments on stories that cast any doubt on his brilliance. What he does not seem to realise however is that by not addressing these issues publicly he is fanning the flames of dissent.

Anonymous said...

I used to think Howlett was bad.

Anonymous said...

Who the heck is sarah-jane?

Anonymous said...

Cooper should resign and Holmes and Crozier form the next dream team. Common sense

Anonymous said...

oh for goodness sales who is this oily cooper?

Anonymous said...

This is exactly why I didn't vote for either of them, Oily needs the just defect already and SJ needs a dose of reality by possibly starting with reading about political ideologies because she certainly isn't a conservative either! Holmes should be feeling very humble right now because by voting for Oily CF have just shot themselves in the foot! oh well only 11 months left of more stories like these!

Anonymous said...

How did the bakbencher/miltonspies get hold of these stories?

Anonymous said...

How does he not have the time to speak to members when he's unemployed.

Anonymous said...

in one day the backbencher has broken bigger CF stories than CF have done in months.

Anonymous said...

Seriously Sarah-Jane is giving women in CF a bad image she needs to step down, there are so many other females in CF that could do a better job and will not let the other women in CF down

Anonymous said...

WALES CF IS DOWN THE TOILET BECAUSE OF CHRISTOPHER HARRIES UNDER OLIVER'S LEADERSHIP.

EASTERN REGION IS UP IN FLAMES

MEMBERS ARE STORMING OFF TO UKIP

NOT GOOD
NOT GOOD

Anonymous said...

word to the wise SJ, looks only take you so far you've got to have the brains, common sense and personality to succeed. Back stabbing and acting like a child ruins your reputation and you are screwing yourself over

Anonymous said...

Anonymous:

What is CF executive and members suppose to be doing again? Just like most Conservative politicians at the top don't know what it is they're doing. CF lack agenda or more to the point just there for popularity reasons.

At any rate these two members mentioned above and the likes before them definitely do not act like conservatives, more like 'socialists. '

Anonymous said...

So Oliver is out partying two nights in a row this week rather than fixing this shit.

He is chairman in name only.

Anonymous said...

I'd never call Cooper a socialist but he acts more like an aspiring socialite.

As for SJ she doesn't have a clue about ideology so could be a socialist for all we know.

Anonymous said...

Oliver has to stop womanising up in the North and get back to London and fix things. Start talking to cchq for once - they're getting tired of you already.

Anonymous said...

It isn't like the rest of the NEC are any better - just quieter in public.

A Concerned CFer said...

-sigh- Can the exec' just get their act together and stop acting like petulant children. You don't have to be friends, just put your differences aside for the good of the party. Is that too much to ask?

Anonymous said...

cooper = lad

Simon Harley said...

48 comments at time of writing, and not a single one with a name put to it. Is that a record, TBG?

Anonymous said...

Oh no, a split in the CF? How will the country cope? Splits happen because someone is being an over zealous cum bubble, just look at liverpool and wirral, the latter only exists because it's leadership wanted to knock on doors 9 hours a day. All in all, Cf's aren't all that important, and being in them seems to give people a bloated sense of themselves, just look at the chair of the wirral CF, he's arrogant, self righteous, and has a holier than thou attitude. And he cheats on his girl friend.

Anonymous said...

Anon 7:02pm

You are obviously one of the Liverpool CF lot so why don't you just admit that.

As an outsider to this strange fude I can't help thinking that both sides should just grow up a bit. There is nothing wrong with having a few drinks and socials, and there is nothing wrong with doing a lot of campaigning. The later is more beneficial to the party but each to their own.

Surely the more CF groups there are the better. That way there is more choice out there for the members. If you prefer campaigning more than socials then join Wirral CF. If you prefer to talk politics and have more social events then Liverpool CF is the group for you.

Ultimately though people join the party because they beleive in the same core principles and want to get our members elected to council, parliament, so that we can change things for the better. If someone is willing to put in that much effort to campaign you should not be demeaning the effort they are putting in but praising them for it and if you can't do that then you should jolly well keep your mouth shut.

Anonymous said...

Oily Kipper. We love you, please come back to UKIP.

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