Wednesday, 30 July 2014

EXCLUSIVE: Ealing Councillor Stafford 'Likely' to Stand For Tory Youth National Chairman.




A FLURRY of activity has hit Conservative Future (CF) since the official announcement of National Elections yesterday, exclusively revealed by TBG last Monday.

Today TBG can reveal Ealing Councillor & serious contender Alexander Stafford may be set to make a sensational bid to Lead CF.

One Tory insider claims - "I have heard from very good sources that Alexander Stafford is likely to put his name forward in the coming days for national CF Chairman."

Alexander has been involved with the party for many years having been North West London Area Chairman and was elected a councillor in Ealing earlier this year. He has close links within the Tory Party after working in Parliament for both Andrew Rosindell and Owen Paterson during his time as Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. Stafford currently works in Public Affairs.

The sources also claims - "Alex is gaining support from members who have worked in Parliament and those who do not normally involve themselves with CF politics but are members of the party and eligible to vote in the elections."

[READ] EXCLUSIVE: Alexander Stafford Set For Tory Youth National Chairman Campaign Launch This Saturday

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

DASH's Constituency right?

Anonymous said...

DASH should stand!

Anonymous said...

He's a very brave man to put his name forward, with some of the skeletons that are likely to be dug up...

Anonymous said...

Skeletons ? Spill

Anonymous said...

Wasn't he DASH's cameraman?

Anonymous said...

I hope this is true. The election needs a candidate who is serious and credible. This chap appears to be serious and credible. Unfortunately this is not the case for many others who are putting themselves forward for elected positions in CF

concernedative future said...

Serious? Yes.
Credible? Yup.
But this chap has no idea about the running of CF. He's heard the election has been called and just wants to be a hot shot.

Di Versity said...

A generic posh white bloke? At the start of this we were promised a non-London based woman, now all these dreary suits have appeared...

Anonymous said...

Personally, I no interest in the gender of the candidate or where they come from in the country, what I care about is how good they are and what they believe in. In fact, politics today seems far too concerned with the presentational and identity politics. Your views are typical of this..Who have dismissed somebody as being "generic" purely because of what they look like, not what they believe in or how competent they may or not be

Anonymous said...

@Di Versity AKA Tousi

"we were promised a non-London based woman." By who Mark Clarke? Last time I checked the members of CF were the ones who chose the chairman.

Anonymous said...

Everyone quieten down, do the maths!

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