Friday, 16 October 2015

EXCLUSIVE: CF Cabal Face Fresh Allegations of Intimidation and Harassment.




The suicide of Elliott Johnson [above] has led to a deluge of bullying allegations against the Conservative Future [CF] National Executive

NEW ALLEGATIONS have surfaced regarding harassment and intimidation toward young Conservative Party members by the CF National Executive, as well as possibly orchestrating the freezing out CF'ers from their own local AGMs, TBG can exclusively reveal.

One CF member has contacted TBG about the way they were treated after raising concerns about the leadership by a Regional Chairman, who has since been replaced, with this website.

The source claims a senior CF National Executive member, "Bullied me into trying to ensure that I never went to the Blue Guerilla in the future about anything. They said that because I went to the media about the now former Regional Chairman, it would go on my record against me and that I put the result of the general election in danger because 'the socialists would use the story against us'. It was very aggressive and said in the future I should tell them about any issues in CF, not The Blue Guerilla."

"Another member & I were then purposefully not informed about the Worcestershire CF AGM and as a result were unable to vote. National Executive members constantly did nothing to ensure that the result of the AGM was sorted out fairly. Two senior members ignored my request to deal with this AGM result even though I was told I should turn to this senior National Exec' member in the future.

"They ignored my FB messages and did not even read them.

"I felt betrayed because I was told I could go to them in the future and I was ignored."


5 comments:

Anonymous said...

when there was real bullying of Elliot coming to tbg about "the socialists would use the story against us" seems beyond a joke

Anonymous said...

In fairness, I believe most organisations like CF could be accused of attempting to keep their petty squabbles from the press, and basically incompetent handling of elections. If anything, I'd say is detracts from the legitimately terrible problems and events of the last few years to say that every complaint can be lumped in with the very real allegations of bullying, harassment and sexual or otherwise intimidation

Anonymous said...

Guys, intimidating a member then having them frozen out of decision making at an AGM is bullying. Not as severe and sexual abuse granted, but bullying nonetheless.

Anonymous said...

Bullying and sexual harassment isn't exactly new in regional and national cf execs, there's a member of one of the regional execs (who is still in his post) who I've had to block and avoid events that he's at for his constant harassment for nearly 2 years now, and at the time when I complained about him the chairman (both regional and national) did absolutely nothing. It will never change purely because they wait until the last minute and then claim hindsight as being a wonderful thing.

Anonymous said...

Mark Clarke is a dirty old man.

Did Road Trip visit any schools or sixth forms?

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