Monday, 19 August 2013

CF'ers Prepare Ad Campaign Over Tory Youth Chairman Time in Office.

NATIONAL TORY YOUTH Chairman Oliver Cooper, five months into his 18-month term, faces a barrage of questions about his manifesto pledges and achievements.

This past weekend tbg was alerted to the Conservative Future (CF) Chairman's homepage, which shows absolutely nothing.

One source sensationally revealed that - "Disgruntled CF'ers are preparing an ad campaign to draw stark comparisons to what Oliver Cooper said back then and what he’s actually done."

Another right-winger added - "Either he’s covering his tracks or preparing for something big. I very much doubt it’s the latter."

The news comes just weeks before the Tory Party Conference where Young Conservatives are often seen gossiping and planning their next moves in the dark corners of local bars.

Earlier this week, tbg reported on rumours that Holmes is ready to throw his hat into the ring if anything changes before then.

It’s also widely anticipated in CF circles that Robert Manning and Sarah-Jane Sewell will go for the top job next time but tbg isn’t aware of any polling on that front.

A third CF'er, who confirmed the ad campaign, remarked - "Take a step back and compare all the manifestos. Holmes was very clear about #cpc13.

"I can’t wait for things to kick-off in Manchester. This will separate the men from the boys."

CF Chairman Oliver Cooper recently gained a majority approval rating with 58% approving of his leadership in a poll conducted with 183 respondents.


Anonymous said...

£10 that this will never happen

Anonymous said...

He's been too busy shacked up with that girl of his and going on jollies to the Pharoes.

Anonymous said...

what girl? pray tell me its not #torytotty jasmine? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Will Wallace said...

Conservative Future is becoming a joke.. people act like this is Westminster and that it's all a big political game. Except we're the youth group in a political party, and the goings on that are reported on tbg are never going to make national headline news (although I think some people believe it would). People that are trying to undermine Cooper are just delusional and pathetic: grow up!

Besides, Cooper is a nice guy and connects well with members.. which is all the Chairman needs to do.. in my humble opinion!

Anonymous said...

@2:20 of course it isn't Jasmine, how moronic are you?

Everybody knows he's been seeing his libertarian girl for months.

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Anonymous said...

well this will be interesting. confirms what we already know. he has done absolutely nothing

Simon D said...

what a bunch of knobs

Female CFer said...

I'd genuinely love CF to have it's first female chair in the form of Sarah Jane. She's a decent person with good views and more active than Cooper. I might go in for DCM if I thought she would be chair.

Anonymous said...

@12:57 is clearly SJS.

SJS does nothing except mess up social media and have people clear it up afterwards.

Anonymous said...

@1:50, that's still better that wiat JSJ does. I'd rather have SJS than her anyday.

Anonymous said...

Have you seen the two of them together? @2:03 must be smoking something strong. JSJ might be a crazy libertarian but she does have redeeming features. SJS is a lost cause.

Female CFer said...

Anonymous at 1.50 - no I'm not Sarah Jane. Big news - there are girls in CF other than SJS and Jasmine Rahman.

Anonymous said...

@3:20 well since you clearly aren't JSJ (who would surely just shout Freedom and call for the abolition of the state)there aren't that many options left.

Anonymous said...

@3.20pm you sound bitter! Don't dare say anything against #torytotty though. Jasmine would beat SJ for chair!

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