Moves against Howlett and toward snap election.

Rumours, back-stabbing and insults. All CF traits that seemed to have made Louise Powell step aside from her Tory ambitions in recent days in a letter to CCHQ, citing and lambasting the current Chairman and his behaviour. Powell stepped aside from her role as a member of the National Executive as Young Professionals Officer at Conservative Future.

It seems that some members of London CF are intent on disrupting current Chairman Ben Howletts' term with in-fighting, resignations and disillusionment, maybe forcing a snap election.

tBg yesterday reported that London CF Chairman, Nicolas Clark, wasn't really all that interested in the Osborne event this past Monday. As he spent alot of the evening cosying up to, who we now know to be his deputy, Nabil Najjar. There seemed to be suspicion surrounding this type of behaviour at such a big event.

tBg has received more leaked documents which tell a story of calculated disorder by the top men at London CF. Top CF'er Michael Bull has now also been implicated in the dubbed 'Poison Pen Letters' escapade, by London Spin.

One source said: "Well its not all that surprising, it may seem to some Howlett basically fixed the election." Could a snap election occur if more resignations were to come Howletts', and CCHQs' way? Or more blunders like this.