Saturday, 16 August 2014

Kude Welcomes Woodger U-Turn in Tight Race for London Conservative Future.



CHARLOTTE KUDE has made a huge leap forward in her campaign to become London Conservative Future (CF) Chairman, after Maxwell Woodger quit the race and lined-up behind Kude and juggernaut #RoadTrip2015 slate Team Paterson, TBG can reveal.

Charlotte Kude's opponent Luke Springthorpe seems to have early momentum going into the race which has led to sources streesing that Kude has welcomed the dramatic u-turn by Woodger.

The Deputy Chairman Political of London Conservative Future, Maxwell Woodger, says he didn't think he had the required support to win the election and endorses Charlotte Kude in a statement:

"After careful consideration I have decided to withdraw my candidacy for London Regional Chairman in the Conservative Future August 2014 elections. While I believe I would have been a good candidate for chair, I feel my support base would not have been sufficient enough to win this time. I might try again in future.

"Out of the two remaining candidates I endorse Charlotte Kude for London CF Chairman. Charlotte is a very impressive CFer. She campaigns across the country and is the right candidate in an all-important election year when there are many marginal parliamentary seats in and around London that need to be defended and won.

"I have known Charlotte for many years, she a key part of my Kensington, Chelsea & Fulham CF exec serving as secretary and organising events. I nominated her as NW London CF Area Chairman in 2013 and she has done a great job developing branches across London.

"I hope to remain on the London CF Exec and look forward to working with the new team."


11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looks like Luke the short wet europhile with nutter gf SJ is in real trouble now... Kude's a proper Eurosceptic Tory and a hot one at that!

Anonymous said...

Well looks like Mahyar and DASH will return to the exec then!

Anonymous said...

Springthorpe won't get anywhere all the time he has SJ clinging on to him, time to kick her to the curb and find someone more sensible Luke! she does you no favours!

Anonymous said...

finally Woodger takes notice! the fewer egotistical weeds we have in CF the better. So now to kick the rest of them out

Anonymous said...

Woodger: "I hope to remain on the London CF executive..."
I wouldn't hold your breath, if you feel you haven't got a "large enough support base" for chairman it's highly unlikely that you'll still be on there under new leadership, especially if Kude's backing the U-turn. If Kude wins it will be a kick in the teeth for the extremely sexist woodger and will piss SJ off no end that she defeated Springthorpe. . . . I think I know who I'm voting for!

Anonymous said...

Rumour has it that Clarke will insist Kude takes JSJ onto the exec.To placate Oli or to keep in her good books?

Anonymous said...

Where does this Salisbury/Clarke nonsense even come from? Just think about it guys, think about how stupid you sound.

Anonymous said...

Err it comes from it being true. Keep up mate.

Anonymous said...

I was with SJ in the pub when she made that up. She is just saying that to hurt Oli. It is just bull. Can we drop it now?

Anonymous said...

Yeah... it is just true. How have you not heard? She ditched Oli a little while ago - just before the coup.

Good news for Kude though - now his favourite is gone he might go back to her.

Anonymous said...

Kude is another greasy pole climber with no experience of life outside politics!
Luke4London!

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