EXCLUSIVE: Howlett slams Bestiality Bernardi event.

Conservative Future Chairman Ben Howlett will today be in meetings and making telephone calls to media moguls slamming stories about a conservative event in Oxford with a controversial Australian Senator.

Howlett slammed the event and said it had not been organised by Conservative Future nor the Conservative Party.

Chairman Howlett swiftly made a statement after stories that an Australian Senator whom likened bestiality to gay marriage would be speaking at an event for young tories.

Howlett told tbg. - "We (Conservative Future & Conservative Party) haven’t organised this event and are not in control of who attends. We strongly condemn Mr Bernardi’s comments, which do not reflect David Cameron’s or the Conservative Party’s viewpoint in any way."

Senator Bernardi caused outrage this week as Australia voted not to legalise gay marriage with these comments - "Is having three people that love each other should (they) be able to enter into a permanent union endorsed by society, or four people?

Bernardi went on - "There are even some creepy people out there, who say that it’s ok to have consensual sexual relations between humans and animals. Will that be a future step?"

tbg. can also exclusively reveal that the event has actually been organised by the European Young Conservatives. It is a group are of youth wings of conservative, classical liberal and centre-right political parties in Europe.

The two listed Conservative Future members in the European Young Conservative Cabinet are Osman Dervish and Tim Dier.