Tuesday, 22 September 2015

'Victimised & Bullied' Young Tory Quits Party.

The final straw for one activist

YOUNG CONSERVATIVE Party activist Jade Smith has sensationally quit the Tory party and the South Tees executive slamming local her Chairman after being threatened with expulsion, TBG can reveal.

The activists damning resignation letter, seen by TBG, says her local Chairman "has constantly attempted to get rid of me and treated me as if I was acting in a way too disgrace the party, which I was not."

TBG recently reported about a teenage Tory claiming to be bullied and being threatened with expulsion over social media posts.

The outgoing activist also claims the South Tees Secretary once referred to her as a "puppet of the deputy chair political". Miss Smith concluded: "She acted in a very unprofessional manner as a paid employee of the party should not act in this way."

Other party members were mentioned in Smith's letter for both praise and criticism.

One member close to South Tees told TBG: "I can see many members leaving in the future over this."


Anonymous said...

She can bore off, she's been attacking the Tories for weeks now. Bye, we won't miss you.

South West said...

For years Clarke and his gang have got away with bullying people.

Now it's all out in the open watch those who he dished out positions and other forms of patronage too, speak out against him.

He rigged the cf election for Alexandra Paterson and Stephen Canning, India Brummit as Grant Shapps when he was party chairman, Emma Pidding party board and Charles Heslop party board turned a blind eye.

As he controlled cf he was allowed to run roadtrip. Lots of MPs complained that he had too much power but it was ignored. He had a harem of young activists as his mistresses and we all turned a blind eye to his behaviour over the yrs.

Hope the truth comes out as it will show people how toxic the party is from the top to the bottom.

Anonymous said...

With all due respect, this story has got nothing to do with Mark Clarke.

This has been brewing now since the South Tees AGM although it's took a turn for the worst post election.

You have a Chair who only became Chair because of an administration error. There is no evidence whatsoever she has real authority and support from local members. She is too divisive. The new CF, with the exception of one, is having their strings pulled by the Chair. Again, they had been elected unopposed and have zero support locally.

None of this would be happening right now if Will Goodhand was MP. During the election, the current Chair was told to stay away by senior members. There was a reason for that.

The only solution is to call for an emergency Association meeting and re-do the election. Lets give us members the final say! What we need is a character that will unite the South Tees Association and take us forward. It was really disappointing when we failed to gain MSEC because we put together an incredible campaign. It is a shame the Association has been bogged down by a control freak who threatens to expel a young member for having the audacity to question the motives.

We have a Chair that didn't even get the majority support. Embarrassing.


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