Sunday, 15 November 2015

EXCLUSIVE: CF National Chairman Goes Underground After Tory Minister Affair Blackmail Revelations.



CONSERVATIVE FUTURE National Chairman Alexandra Paterson has gone offline tonight after rumours she is about to swept into the Elliott Johnson suicide scandal engulfing the voluntary wing of Britain's governing party, TBG can sensationally reveal.

The Tory Youth Chairman Twitter and Facebook accounts are all offline amid revelations in the Sunday Mail of a Minister admitting an affair with an activist and then being blackmailed by Mark Clarke for political favours in return.

Tory Minister Rob Halfon came forward about a secret love affair with a Conservative campaigner, which lasted for a few months earlier this year. The Minister was reportedly told of​ an alleged plot​ ​"masterminded by Mark Clarke to film him and his lover leaving a club where they regularly met, in order to blackmail him with the pictures".

Mark Clarke says the accusations are "preposterous and belong in a spy movie".

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Someone needs to sort out this mess. Who has been sleeping with who, who's been bullying who, who has had payoffs from tabloid journalists for their story, who has been suspended by CCHQ. And on and on...

Anonymous said...

Hm. Nothing suspicious there 👉👌👉👌👉👌👉👌

Deary me Alexandra, ignoring bulling and shagging the deputy chair...

Anonymous said...

I didn't join the party for this shit, whoever is responsibke sould be flogged, we have just won an election and have the main opposition party led by a fantasist, the lib dems are recoverung in their strongholds, please please don't fuck the whole gig up!

Anonymous said...

This looks a real mess and is giving the majority of decent people in the party a bad name. There are a fair few greasy pole climbers in the party who are just out for themselves. The party's desire for diversity means that some iffy people like Maria Caulfield get on the candidates list and undeservedly become MPs.

Anonymous said...

Why Is Maria Caulfield iffy?

Anonymous said...

Alex Paterson's legacy = getting every member of CF within 6 shags of separation of the Cabinet

Anonymous said...

It wasn't a love affair it was a honey trap involving Alex Paterson, and they've yet to mention that he was also trapped by Theodora Dickinson. The joke of it is that these sad social outcasts think that they had some sort of power over everyone. They need to grow up or even better be sectioned!

Anonymous said...

It certainly wasn't a honey trap. She cared very deeply for him.The villains here are Mark Clarke and Sam Armstrong.

Anonymous said...

This is hilarious. Alexandra Paterson is a nasty, bullying girl and deserves everything coming her way.

Tim said...

It is long past time for an independent inquiry into the wider bullying matter. When people at the level of minister/deputy chairman are involved, even as 'mere' targets, it is time to admit that the matter cannot be handled internally. There is also the added problem of some victims being afraid to come forward because of the way that previous complaints were leaked to the alleged bullies.

Anonymous said...

It wasn't a honey trap? Look at the facts if she cared for him deeply she wouldn't have blabbed about it to Mark Clarke or anyone you would have kept it quiet given the circumstances and the fact that obviously if anyone were to find out they would both lose a lot. So no she didn't care about him deeply because she allowed it to be compromised. Second to this she was also banging Mark Clarke so honey trap yes it was.

Anonymous said...

Of course it was a honey trap, how else would they know where to be at what time to take pictures! It doesn't take a genius to work that one out

Anonymous said...

"Welcome to CF, the place where you finally get laid. If you don't get any luck in the first 6 months the national chair will let you bang her and she'll even get the photos to prove it to your friends"

Anonymous said...

This girl has such a warped sense of morality. There's a quote on the daily mail by her friend saying

‘Alexandra and Rob were in a relationship and she cared about him very much, but when he was made a Cabinet minister after the election it all became very complicated and they decided not to continue it. They are both adults, neither of them are married and she understood his decision to call it off. She wishes him all the best.'

A relationship?! Sounded about as sordid as you can get. This girl has no respect for other people's relationships and tramples over other women in her little quest for power and glory. Shame on her.

Anonymous said...

Well that's true she slept with Mark whilst he was married and had India as a mistress! Her moral compass is totally off base!

Alexandra said...

Can anyone recommend a shop that will fix my moral compass?

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know why Theodora Dickinson stood down as Chairman of South East region?

Only had one encounter with her and within 30 seconds my view of her was that she was quite possibly the most vile and repulsive individual I've met in 30 years in the Party.

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