Wednesday, 2 October 2013

Tory Youth Wing Election Race Erupts at Party Conference.



CONSERVATIVE FUTURE (CF) Deputy Chairman for Membership Sarah-Jane Sewell tried to keep her long awaited announcement between friends but such is politics, you can't trust all your friends.

Sewell sent a text to her closest CF colleagues to announce her intention to knock current Chairman Oliver Cooper off his perch at the top of the CF food chain when national elections roll round. The text was leaked by the #thingsEJsays blog which has caused an almighty RIFT within CF ranks and an angry early morning text exchange between #thingsEJsays blog editor and Sarah-Jane Sewell.

According to sources Sewell was irate with the blogs editor for printing her text message online, claiming she could now not trust the editor as she thought "they were friends".

The long predicted rift in the CF executive documented on this website seems to have now reared its head in the most sensational way possible on, politically, the grandest stage of them all.

Sewell is said to have hired the same PR guru to lead her campaign as last years CF Chairman Candidate Matt Robinson.

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13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Stop stirring shit, we should be focused on the main issues leading into 2015, cooper is chairman, grow up

Anonymous said...

CF, the organisation discretion forgot.

Anonymous said...

SJ shows again she is unsuitable for CF office, imagine anyone in an.executive position thinking talk like that would remain quiet? This loose cannon has fired off too many shots into her own foot and left CF looking a joke, again, no wonder they're sidelined at conference! SJ is nasty, underhand and untrustworthy it's time for her to publicly apologise to CF and hopefully if she doesn't stand down she'll be voted out in any future elections, pure poison within CF!

Louise Richards said...

Yeah that's right, lets encourage people like Cooper to come and drive CF into the ground. Central office can see it, members can see it, and it seems the national exec have realised this too. We should be encouraging SJ not discouraging. CF deserves better and SJ can deliver that.

clarissa said...

agree with above. attention should be on campaigning but when the election comes round, Sarah-jane has my support

Anonymous said...

Who even is Louise Richards? She's never at any events! Bet it's just Springthorpe trying to stick up for his new gf!

Anonymous said...

Can we just pay attention to the fact that just because someone is unpopular doesn't mean they are being bullied!

Accept it SJ you're rude and have a few fleeting fans.

Anonymous said...

Jasmine looked so pretty at conference! She is a proper Tory girl too - no socialist red dresses for her!

Anonymous said...

He has a girlfriend...

Louise Richards said...

I was keen to join but decided against it after seeing some of the stuff that gets put on here.

Anonymous said...

Pretty sure Luke lives with his girlfriend. Stop stirring shit about friends.

James W MP said...

WHY DOESNT ANYBODY STOP AND REALISE:

If SJ truly cared about CF or the Conservative Party she would stop being such a petulant child and causing rifts and bad press.

Jasmine receives tonnes of abuse online, from genuinely horrid death threats during the CF elction to nasty comments from freakish stalkers. Yet whatever you may think of her previous election campaign she has the decency to rise above all of this and not cause more drama. She is warm and friendly to all when she meets us at conference and is genuinely a sweet girl with sound beliefs.

SJ's tactics are coming across as one thing only - devious. They are damaging CF's reputation and for what? She wants to act like a career politician and make out she is being victimised and bullied. Well no, frankly SJ you need to accept that CF isn't about you.

Yes you're pretty. Yes you are nice (to only those you deem to be worthy and effusive boys) but in reality you are the one who has in the past few months:

1) done nothing of real value in your role of membership officer
2) had meetings with only a select few CFers
3) decreased female membership with your rudeness
4) made up stories to milton spies
5) caused drama by saying CFers are sexist and bullying you
6) made numerous and multiple accusations of libel and legal intervention.

I think my case is clear.
I'm not bullying or victimising.
I'm saying it like it is.
SJ listen up and for the greater good of CF, pipe down.
Yes you've had your role for 5 years. So actually do your role and don't try and overthrow Oli midterm, you're meant to be a team.

(Also as a sidenote I can guess already that within seconds of this being published a certain fan aka Louise Richards will make comment. Why not counter my arguments and address what I raise instead of piping up the SJ fan club)

Anonymous said...

hahaha wow 12.33pm You owned it.

hear hear

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