Cooper Coup'd: CF Chairman Hails #RoadTrip2015 a 'Stellar Success' as he Stands Down.


Oliver Cooper (left) & RoadTrip2015 Slate National CF Chairman Candidate Alexandra Paterson

CONSERVATIVE FUTURE (CF) National Chairman Oliver Cooper will not seek re-election in August's ballot after a sensational & successful coup by activists, as reported exclusively on TBG last week. Cooper has hailed CF's "greater impact" on the campaign trail, lambasting #RoadTrip2015 a "stellar success" in an "announcement" on Facebook.

CF Chairman Cooper said the organisations "successes need to be built on with a new team", supporting campaign efforts above all.

"Most importantly, CF is having a greater impact on the campaign trail, from local and regional campaign days to the stellar success of RoadTrip2015. Our successes over the past year have been great, but the year leading up to a general election, is a new challenge, and these successes need to be built on with a new team. As such, despite so many people asking me to re-stand – which I still take as a form of flattery – I will not be seeking re-election as National Chairman."

A huge row allegedly erupted last week at TubeTrip after Cooper was supposedly asked not to stand in the elections, but is said to have backed down to activists and agreed to depart on good terms whilst endorsing the campaign which has ultimately led to the popular Chairman's downfall, #RoadTrip2015.