Tuesday, 30 April 2013

EXCLUSIVE: Crozier's Potential Multi-Millionaire Backer for North-East CF.

NORTH-EAST Tory Youth Chairman Callum Crozier is said to have hit the ground running since being elected and taken the region by the scruff of it's neck into action.

tbg can sensationally reveal Crozier is said to be in negotiation with a renowned multi-millionaire businessman in the north-east in order to - "achieve the funding for a North-East CF Battle Bus" - for troops to travel together in order fight one target seat every two months in National Tory efforts, including the four key seats in the North-East.

Crozier claims to have already successfully held several action days across the North East and has recently been campaigning with Parliamentary Candidate for Morley & Outwood, Andrea Jenkyns.

Since David Miliband's resignation as MP for South Shields the day after Callum was elected, he has also been working closely with Tory Parliamentary candidate Karen Allen, this is apparently - "To ensure high activist turnout he to take the fight directly to Labour" - Crozier told tbg.

Since becoming Tory Youth North East Chairman, tbg can reveal Crozier:

  • Took control and appointed a strong executive including Teesside CF Chairman Jacob Young, and Ben Rowden as his Deputy Chairmen.

  • Introduced a CF Regional Campaign Committee of 6 members to help coordinate activists across the region for the County Council elections, the South Shields Parliamentary by-election and Mayoral Election in North Tyneside.

  • Held several Regional Focus campaign days in Northumberland, South Shields and North Tyneside.

tbg can also reveal that Callum says he is in talks with charities of the Region to - "Work an arrangement whereby CF can actively contribute to better communities across the North-East".


NedVed50 said...

Anonymous said...

Sir Peter Stringfellow?

Anonymous said...

Can someone please get this guy to talk to Chris Harries in Wales please?

Anonymous said...

self publicist extraordinaire, cameron brown should have taken control. hexham are welcome to crozier

Stuart Shevlin said...

Crozier is proving himself to be a fantastic asset to the party. This is a tremendous range of successes for such a short amount of time, and I'm sure that he will go far in politics.

However, I'm disappointed to see detractors, who are posting unsubstantiated, personal comments against him.

Firstly, are you not of the same party? I can tell you if you actually had the professionalism and intelligence to be involved in "real politics", you would be severely punished for denigrating a fellow member of the party in such a way.

Second, grow up, and accept that Crozier has delivered. You're not impressing, or convincing anyone.

And finally, and decent politician or advisor, will tell you that self publicizing is something that has to be done! It's called marketing, advertising! We're not back in the days of the Founding Fathers of America where one should not tout one's successes, and he's not running for Pope.

I suggest you take a class in politics post haste.

Again, many congratulations to Callum on his successes so far, I'm sure more are to follow.

Stuart Shevlin
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Political Science Class of 2013.

Jacob Young said...

I'm happy to be part of an executive moving the North East forward. We're already seeing signs of new CF branches across the region, because of this executives localism agenda, and we haven't even taken office yet! See what the North East CF looks like in a years time, and then pass judgement on Crozier.

Anonymous said...

Is jasmine on this exec?

Anonymous said...

is he single?

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