Thursday, 27 April 2017

EXCLUSIVE: Young Tory Celeb Running in GE2017

SWIRLING chitter chatter about a huge announcement on a celebrity status young Tory set to run in June's General Election is becoming louder and louder this evening, TBG can reveal.

One tipsy Tory exclusively revealed to TBG: "Following drinks at a Westminster Pub I can reveal that word on the grapevine is true - our favourite Tory Party Girl is set to make her biggest comeback yet. She is standing for election in the June GE!"

TBG understands that political strategy genius Peter Botting had a hand getting the glitzy young Tory through the Parliamentary Assessment Board (PAB).

The talented & glamourous Tory is said to be currently finishing law school exams.

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Tories Accused of Cover up by Elliott Johnson Father

The Conservatives are today at the centre of a cover up row concerning the death of former TBG blogger Elliott Johnson.

Ray Johnson has accused CCHQ of keeping the findings of an investigation into bullying on the infamous Road Trip 2015 secret from the police.

In a statement CCHQ said that it had "released as much of the report as was possible" without breaching witness anonymity.

British Transport Police confirmed yesterday that "requests for the report have not been received yet."

Farron Abandons Trip Over Gay Sex Sin Row

[pic source] Open and tolerant?

TBG can reveal that it believes a visit by the Lib Dem Leader Tim Farron was cancelled due to the Gay Sin row.

Last week the Lib Dem Leader refused to come clean when asked by Cathy Newman of Channel 4 News if Gay sex was a sin.

Yesterday the Lib Dem Leader was due to speak in the city and outline his plans for a Nuclear deterrent if his party were to win power.

Speculation that it was linked to the Gay Sin row arose earlier on Twitter.

A tweet posted by Adam Clark read:

"When you plan your day and running order around a visit to Portsmouth by Tim Farron and he cancels at the last minute..." The reply by Danny Jones said:

"Any idea why he's cancelled. Been wondering if Party want to side-line him re his difficulty over gay question so more viable leader can run?"

Earlier when pressed on the issue by TBG roving reporter Geoff Brooking, local candidate Gerald Vernon Jackson tweeted: "I'm sorry Geoffrey but I don't agree. I think the God I know is infinitely forgiving and accepting of our failings and we must do the same!"

The news comes on the same day that Tory blogger Brooking found out that he has been barred from Saturday's Tory Campaign launch in the city on Saturday over his views on homosexuality after a recent row with local Police and Crime Commissioner Michael Lane. Brooking, who has campaigned for the Conservatives at every General Election since 1987 told TBG:

"This is a simple case of Portsmouth Conservatives trying to spin their way around something because of their pride."

"People will see through it!"

Monday, 24 April 2017

As You Were in Portsmouth

TWO sitting MPs and there main challengers were all selected for the 2017 General Election in Portsmouth recently.

Flick Drummond, who won the Portsmouth South seat at the 2015 election with a huge swing from the scandal hit Liberal Democrats will once again be facing former council leader Gerald Vernon Jackson.

Disabilities Minister and Portsmouth North MP Penny Mordaunt will again face Liberal Democrat Darren Sanders after increasing her majority in 2015.

Sanders won his Baffin's ward council seat last May with a huge majority over the Conservatives and that in itself is believed to have been a big factor in his reselection this time.

With Ukip in free fall in the polls and Labour in turmoil TBG thinks that the Liberal Democrats could now be the main challengers in both seats.

So much so that Portsmouth Liberal Democrats activists who were believed to have been helping the party in the Hampshire County Council seat of Havant North West earlier in the week have since been recalled to the city.

There are no elections taking place in May for any of the Portsmouth unitary council seats.

Saturday, 22 April 2017

Barwell Wants More Corbyn in Croydon

It's been a busy week on the campaign trail already in the marginal seat of Croydon Central.

The seat, which was a venue for one of the Conservative Future Action Days in 2015, was the subject of a visit from Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn on Wednesday.

Surrounded by several members of Croydon Council - including the council leader Tony Newman, left wing maniac Corbyn outlined some of his election pledges saying:

"We want a Labour MP that is going to stand up for the people of Croydon."

"The Labour council in Croydon is building council housing."

"I want a Labour government that builds council housing."

However, whilst the Labour Leader was available to take selfies, he was answering no questions.

At the 2015 General Election Gavin Barwell received 22,753 votes, beating Labour's Sarah Jones (PIC), who got 22,588 votes - a small majority of just 165.

Last night though, local Tories including Barwell and Luke Springthorpe were in an upbeat mood.

Housing Minister Barwell believes the Labour leader is such an unappealing prospect for the majority of voters that he told TBG roving reporter Geoff Brooking "the more Jeremy Corbyn is seen in Croydon, the happier I'll be!"

Labour have identified Croydon Central as a key target because Mr Barwell currently holds the fourth smallest majority in the country. 

However Barwell says he feels ready for the battle, whatever the opposition throw at him.

"This is the third time that I have stood for election and I never take people's votes for granted!"

Friday, 21 April 2017


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