Wednesday, 23 July 2014

LEAKED: Alexandra Paterson Bid to Lead CF Begins as the New Face of Conservative Party #Team2015.




ALEXANDRA PATERSON has begun her march to lead Conservative Future and been propelled to the forefront of the Conservative Party's #Team2015 new campaign to gain more volunteers, TBG can reveal.

TBG has seen a leaked official party letter that is being used to promote Team2015. Sources say the use of Paterson is because the Tory Party Machine see her as a "hardcore campaigner" and "trusted", she "is now the face of Team2015".

The Cooper Coup, exclusively revealed by TBG, is well underway with the current CF Chairman Oliver Cooper set to back Paterson for the top job after a bust-up at TubeTrip over the issue.

The new face of Team2015 Alexandra Paterson says in the official Conservative Party document, obtained by TBG:

"Like you, I care about Britain's future. I want to live in a country where our children get the best education, hardworking taxpayers can get on in life, and pensioners are well looked after in retirement.

"That's why I joined Team2015 - and why I'm asking you to volunteer today.

"Team2015 is at the heart of our campaign to secure a Conservative majority. Volunteers like me are delivering leaflets and speaking to voters in the seats that will decide the next election - playing our part in securing Britain's future.

"I love being a part of Team2015 and doing my bit to make sure Britain never goes back to Labour’s way of more spending, more taxes, and more debt than future generations can ever hope to pay off.

"Join Team2015 today - and let's win the next election and secure that better future for Britain.

"Thanks, Alexandra"


LEAKED - Official Conservative Party document:



42 comments:

Anonymous said...

If Paterson is CCHQ's candidate then she'll win hands down as they always do as they control the ballot.

BNOCh Powell said...

That comment seems like sour grapes - she will win because she has actually been out campaigning to keep the socialists out, not scheming and moaning for years!

BNOCh Powell said...

That comment seems like sour grapes - she will win because she has actually been around the country campaigning to keep the socialists out, not moaning and scheming for years.

Tousi said...

Yeah, I would.

Anonymous said...

Considering any time she has ever spoken to me, she was frankly arrogant and rude, I think I'll pass.

Not too mention I am not very keen on the YBF clique of egotists, I think I'll be supporting another candidate or just disengaging from CF from now on.

CFBlue said...

Good luck Alexandra you remind me of Ffion Hague and you will win because you are sound like her. Great to see Dan Hamilton and co. getting behind a candidate.

Anonymous said...

I would quite frankly vote for the devil if they could remove the disastrous leadership of Col Cooper.

If this is true I wonder why the YBF lot have ditched him after giving him so much backing last time?

Anonymous said...

That letter simply reads like a self-promotion leaflet. CF focuses too much on personality and that's why most of us don't bother with it as the clique at centre aren't actually interested in most of us

Anonymous said...

There are 7 mentions of I or me or my which is quite a lot considering it's supposed to be a team recruitment exercise that doesn't even fill one side of A4.
I've never actually heard of her but judging from this she doesn't come across as an inclusive person, it's seems very much to be "all about me". Hopefully my vote will get counted this year too.

Anonymous said...

I recently attended the RoadTrip2015 event in Portsmouth - my first ever national CF event - and was frankly appalled at just how crass and arrogant some people were. I naively thought CF was going to be an intellectual, dedicated campaign group. It seems rather to be dominated by a clique of kids pretending to be posh who want to be an MP some day. I think the Portsmouth event might have actually lost us votes with working-class residents.

This news about a coup against Oliver Cooper, who I haven't met, is baffling. It isn't the Cabinet; it's an organisation that needs an experienced team leader and project manager at the helm. Whatever is going on at CCHQ is concerning about how they influence a democratic youth movement. I won't be voting for the Manchurian candidate, and expect to focus only on my Association and Area CF from now on. Just my £0.02.

Anonymous said...

It's about time we had a strong woman on the national exec, even better that she'll be leading it.

Anonymous said...

My take on Alexandrea Paterson is that she is not actually political and is only involved in CF for the men. She has a lot of baggage as she enjoys a very hedonistic lifestyle. It's very surprising therefore that CCHQ has decided to back her as a candidate as this will blow up in their faces if she gets elected.

Anonymous said...

#DraftLiamWalker

Aaron Newbury said...

Isn't it just a little depressing that this is happening in CF just months before a general election?

I somehow doubt that we should be infighting in - lets face it - a subdivisions of a larger group (the wider party).

CF is just a cover name for 'Young Members of the Party' it isn't some sort of megalithic organization - it is a campaign tool used to unite the young of the party.

Personally, I feel we have a great deal more to be worrying about than who is chairman.

This infighting is pointless and only damages CF's already frail reputation.

Anonymous said...

Well at least this way we might get someone who wants to actually leave London... #justsaying

Anonymous said...

Alexandra was a great GMCF chair. I'm glad someone outside of London is running for a change!

Anonymous said...

What is the point of SJ? There is no answer to that question.

Anonymous said...

Frail reputation Aaron?? It doesn't have a bloody reputation!! Maybe if we had a hot ginger on the exec we might do something!!

Anonymous said...

WE WANT GINGERS!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Did someone say a Hot Ginger? Well I'd have that over the Cankle Queen any day!

Anonymous said...

Paterson is a professional. She's a lawyer. Isn't SJ still at school?

BNOCh Powell said...

The public hate the fact that politicians are so disconnected from reality that they can't identify with. Who wants a weird little girl stuck behind a computer screen when we could have a rounded, grown up (a bloody criminal lawyer!!) with genuine potential to make CF grow up as well?

Anonymous said...

Why was Paterson picked to be the face of Team2015 instead of Sarah Jane? Maybe because she campaigns in target seats across the country when SJ couldn't even find them on a map...

kinginthenorth said...

Oi, the comment that's definitely SJ at 2:07pm - not surprised you say that was your first national campaign day! we never see you up here. Or anywhere not London.. didn't you make a pledge about that?

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Anonymous said...

How depressing this all is. Some of us joined the party to get conservatives elected but all CF seems to do is bitch and snipe at each other and have leadership elections every year.

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure she's suitable for chair. I've heard some interesting stuff..

Anonymous said...

Me too - I've heard a LOT of interesting stuff. About SJ...

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 8:53pm

Shows how much you know about CF. The last election was March 2013. The constitution states a term can last no longer than 18 months. For it to drag on to June 2015 would mean a term of 27 months. Way too long!

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 11:30am

Show how much you know about CF as Michael Rock was CF Chairman for 25 months as the party didn't want an election before 2010 election.

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 11:39
Correct. Associations have a Chairman who can serve up to three years, but they don't have a challenge every year in between as they are run by adults who understand about party stability, particularly in the year before a General Election, which is why my local Association Chairman has been given permission to stand for a fourth year next year to see us through.

Manchester CF'er said...

A horrid little social climber that would happily sell her own grandmother to get where she wants.

Anonymous said...

Nonesense. She's a lovely girl.

Anonymous said...

Maybe she's lovely to you because you have something to offer to her ego climb up the pole

to the rest of us she's arrogant, rude and crass.

Anonymous said...

Oh I get it...she rejected you. Say no more.

Anonymous said...

It's time to draft the Crozier-Young ticket. #CY4CF

Anonymous said...

Contrary to the earlier comment, Paterson didn't do anything like a great job as GMCF Chairman as she was only in the role for three months before deciding it was beneath her and resigning.

Anonymous said...

You're right. We do need hot gingers. Shame Samuel Fletcher left CF all those years ago.

He too got sick of all the careerists, social snobs and out-of-touch posh Hooray-Henrys in CF who are only involved because they're s just want to be an MP, or they're only interested in money and power in some other way.

Adam-North Wales CF said...

Honestly everyone, pull yourselves together. It's all about getting Dave back into No.10 next year. Squabbles like this are pathetic. I have no problem with her being the next CF Chairwoman, but please everyone stop giving the Conservatives youth wing a bad name because, of all the things to have, there's a heck of a lot of banter!

Anonymous said...

I think Paterson would make an exemplary Chairwoman of CF, she is an active campaigner, and a staunch defender of English Liberty, which is far more than can be said for the recently departed careerist Sewell whose departure was needed to ensure the integrity of national CF remains intact.

Anonymous said...

Wasn't she engaged to an Indian lad but broke it off?

Anonymous said...

Alexandra Paterson trained to be a Barrister at the Manchester Metropolitan University with her partner John Paul Waiting.

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