Sunday, 11 October 2015

CF Executive Told to Step Down Following Mail on Sunday Allegations.

India Brummitt (left) and Eleanor Vesey-Thompson (right)

MEMBERS of the National Executive of Conservative Future (CF) have been told once again to step down from their positions following horrifying allegations of sexual abuse, bullying and blackmail in the Mail on Sunday.

The allegations include the suggestion that one member of the national executive silenced complainants who had reported abuse and bullying. Other allegations suggest young women were harassed and sexually assaulted during campaign days.

One member of CF said, "Stephen Canning, Eleanor Vesey-Thompson and India Brummitt must accept responsibility for acting as cheerleaders for Mark Clarke during this period. If it wasn’t for their support he would not have been able to operate in this way."

"They should step down out of respect for Elliott Johnson and others who been victims of abuse under their leadership."


27 comments:

Anonymous said...

Bring back Matt Robinson!

Anonymous said...

I never liked that India girl or her chum Ellie. Evil people who helped Mark bully us all and they still support him.

Anonymous said...

They're all as bad as one another, behaving like children and playing "politics" they all need to grow up!

Denise Kavanagh said...

If their leader can sexually abuse a dead pig what one earth do you expect the rest of them to be up to?

Team100 said...

The entire exec is to blame - not just Canning, Brummitt and VT. Time they were all named and shamed for their role in this.

Anonymous said...

Cannot believe those two girls were close to the ugly oily toad

carys pugh said...

Clearly not much use as politicians, didn't they know they were never to get caught?

Anonymous said...

And this was a party political broadcast brought to you be Liam Walker.

Anonymous said...

Might as well signed off with -'Liam Walker, political gain expert'

Anonymous said...

Well you know what they say, if you lay down with garbage long enough you start to stink! Wave goodbye to your career Miss Brummitt

Anonymous said...

Funny how everyone seems to casually avoid mentioning one of Clarkes big allies Mahyar Tousi or is he off limits since he's such big mates with TBG? His over kill with the compassion for Elliot is as transparent as his soul

Anonymous said...

Noticeable how every time there's an article on here reporting on the Mark Clarke/Road Trip scandal that also implicates the CF exec, there's anonymous comments accusing Springthorpe, Walker etc of using it for gain... one rather thinks such anonymous comments are from the Clarke/Road Trip clique themselves in a vain attempt to smear the opposition still and try to get the heat off of themselves

Anonymous said...

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CRCgspBWgAAvm0L.jpg

^^^^ look at the picture above. Why is no one seeing Mahyar Tousi for the lying hypocrite he really is?

Anonymous said...

Patterson works for a PR company called Curtin & Co - I wonder what that's doing for their company and their clients - she needs to go

Anonymous said...

Whether it is liam or not it doesn't matter, what is said is right. ALL of the exec (except maybe annabel) should step down, half of them for actually doing wrong or not doing anything about him and the other half just for respect. India is a vile girl and i hope all the future employees know all this information.

Anonymous said...

Its about time the Augean Stables that are CF and its satellite organisations are cleaned-up. YBF, CWF, RoadTrip, they all need to go and we need to start from scratch with new people that have a proven track record in Leadership/Are willing to learn!

Anonymous said...


The National Executive

Ben Howlett: Wet

Oliver Cooper: embarrassing

Current Exec: Blackmail, sexual assault, bullying and suicide

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Anonymous said...

Stopping a rather public witch hunt would be a start...

Anonymous said...

That picture is glorious

Anonymous said...

CF should be closed down for between 6 and 18 months. The Road Trip slate should all be barred from holding any positions in the Party for 1 year with a panel formed to either expel or bar tne worst offenders for longer than 1 year. Any CFers who want to help with elections or Committees whilst CF is in suspended animation should be directed to Senior Association Ward Committees.

Anonymous said...

Tbg if you're stuck for something to write why don't you write one about the 'glorious picture' in the comments or has Tousi got the thumb screws on you?

Anonymous said...

ALL CF Execs should do the honorable thing and stand down. I can't actually believe not one of them has, especially as there are calls for them to do so. They have no shame and clearly none of them were friends with Elliott, otherwise he would have had people to turn to but was instead feeling intimidation from all within. ALL the CF lot are either keeping shtum or they're trying to cover their backs, see MOS:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3267943/Tory-women-blow-whistle-sex-pest-election-guru-investigation-bullying-aid-committed-suicide.html

Not too difficult to work out who most of the references are about.

Mark Clarke's behavior has never been a secret among activists and anyone with sense would have kept their distance, & I don't know about anyone else but if he tried to molest me I definitely wouldn't have continued with RoadTrip, never mind staying Facebook friends with him until now (*Note MC has removed his account since the weekend) or promoting the RoadTrip banner on social media pages only to remove once the first Mark Clarke story was reported after Elliott's death...WTF. Ulterior motives here I think, revenge for the shame of her boyfriends leaked sex video perhaps? I very much doubt it's for Elliott, a little bit late isn't it! Why not help the poor guy before he topped himself!

This is just more proof that Mark and his CF cronies are wankers & only interested in protecting themselves!

These people should not be allowed to represent the Conservative party.

Anonymous said...

These three witches have been seduced by filthy dirty Mark Clarke and his slippery fingers. Ellie and India should be expelled.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous at 10:39 pm, October 11, 2015:

"ALL of the exec (except maybe annabel) should step down,"

Is that Annabel trying to wriggle her way our of any blame I wonder? Ah, all learnt from the best I see...or the worst, which ever way you look at it.

Anonymous said...

It's amazing how many total idiots comment on this stuff, speculating with no idea of what actually went on.

Annabel was the target of all of this, and Elliott defended her heroically. It's sick that idiots who have no idea what was going on try to attack her over this.

If you want to play conspiracy theory, go find some other game to play, this is not a game, these are peoples lives.

Anonymous said...

At Anonymous 5:15 a.m., October 16, 2015, no one is totally innocent, check the link, read and scroll to the Facebook event, look who clicked attending...the usual suspects. Why would anyone attend such a mean and vindictive event?!....Mean people, that's who.

http://zelo-street.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/tory-youth-wing-row-worsens.html

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