Top Tories Ditch Party's 'Careerist' Spring Conference And Organise Mammoth Counter Campaign Day.

Rob Halfon MP with the late Margaret Thatcher

TOP Tory and Young Britons' Foundation (YBF) renegade activists are set to go to war with "lazy party careerists" with "a massive" campaign weekend in Harlow for Rob Halfon MP on 5th April, the same day as the Conservative Party spring conference, TBG sensationally can reveal.

Senior campaign organisers have revealed to TBG it'll be the "biggest campaign day the Conservative Party has seen in the last few years", with over over 100 already confirmed in attendance. Activists from London Students, Conservative Party parliamentary staffers, think-tanks and business leaders will all be making there stand for those who campaign against those "who just want a nice CV".

Tousi, Clarke and Burditt
Major influential Tories leading the anti-careerist campaign day include Rob Halfon MP's Senior Parliamentary Aide Emily Burditt, former Conservative Future (CF) National Chairman Mark Clarke, potential CF future national chairman Mahyar Tousi and more. Celebrity political figures, MPs and Ministers will also attend the "fight against the careerists".

TBG understands many young Tory activists will descend on the established YBF rally tomorrow where the Harlow campaign day rebellion will be encouraged instead of Conservative Party Spring Conference.

The organisers have predictably received criticism for ditching the Conservatives' spring conference in favour of campaigning for votes on the street, from the voluntary Tory party and allegedly "certain figures" on the CF National Executive.

Leaked documents seen by TBG indicate that attendees will only have to pay for accommodation as there will be free travel, free lunch and a free curry for dinner. Not forgetting free drinks and clubbing in the evening.

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UPDATE 16:00 - Top activist Mahyar Tousi has just released this statement to TBG:

"Nobody’s labelling all those going to Spring Forum as ‘careerists’. This is simply against those who hardly ever campaign, and have refused to join this campaign after suddenly deciding to go to Spring Forum instead… To those who say this is just Libertarians being divisive: this is a group of passionate Conservatives who work hard to get a Tory majority in 2015. Besides, #RoadTo2015 is uniting all sides of the Party like no other campaign group has done before."