Over thirty members of my own University of Warwick branch will be attending conference this year. Here’s how we did it.
Posts Tagged: Conservative Future
Not too fun, obviously. But without the social side CCHQ will only attract the already committed to their activist training courses.
Sam Frost: Meet Reignite – which aims to inspire a new generation of Tories. And which fills a gap that CCHQ has opened up.
We focus on three core activities: digital activism, on the ground campaigning, and recruiting and training grassroots activists.
Interview: Kemi Badenoch – “I’m not really left-leaning on anything…I always lean right instinctively”
She voted for Davis in 2005, and her hero is Airey Neave: “The escape from Colditz is I think probably the coolest thing any British politician has ever done.”
EXCLUSIVE: Draft new Conservative Party Constitution revealed – including further candidate selection centralisation
The proposals also include making a youth movement only optional, not a requirement, for the Party.
We are the future of the Party, and if you don’t bring more of us in now, we won’t be there when it really matters.
ConservativeHome’s proposals for Party reform, to avoid a repeat of the miserable snap election result.
After exposing the flaws in the Conservative campaign operation, we propose 12 reforms to help to avoid repeating such failings in future.
As long as the Party refuses to run a Tory youth organisation properly, third parties will exploit the gap and put its image at risk.
Stephen Canning: If the Conservatives won’t trust their young activists more, why should young people support them?
Yes, they will make mistakes and they will disagree with the Party – but they will also fight for it when we need them.
The Party apparatus may be in the capital, but it is not connected with the city’s residents. We must reach out and engage.
Labour has an army of energetic activists and a huge lead amongst young voters. This isn’t something CCHQ can afford to ignore any longer.
The Opposition have lots of well-motivated infantry and the digital tools to coordinate them effectively. They could put Corbyn into Downing Street.
The Party must step up to provide organisation, oversight, training, and resources so our activists and members can advocate for the Tory cause.
42 per cent and no majority 2) The Party must make the case for conservatism to a new generation of voters. It hasn’t for too long.
As time passes, a decreasing slice of the electorate has any experience at all of old-fashioned socialism. And the argument that it doesn’t work cuts little ice.