These findings send a clear message to the Feldman Review: let’s not throw everything at the target seats and keep nothing for building up our vote elsewhere.
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A survey asks: “Do you agree with introducing bursaries to help people who might struggle with the financial cost of being a Parliamentary candidate?”
We need a bigger Conservative movement, and I believe we should build it using the only economic system that really works – private enterprise.
Should members and registered supporters have the same rights? What about city and county federations? Should the Party Chairman be elected? All this and much more.
Andrew Kennedy: Local Associations should move to merge into county or city groups after the Feldman Review
We should not allow a small number of recalcitrant ones to use self-interest to block essential reforms which in our hearts we all know must come.
Iain Dale: The Conservative Party is acting like North Korea over its London Mayoral candidate selection
Plus: Zac Goldsmith tells me that he won’t stand in a by-election if the Heathrow decision fails to go his way.
The Trade Union Bill is right. But it ends the effective truce on Party funding – so let’s prepare ourselves now for Labour’s revenge strike.
The man he supplants from that position? David Cameron.
Get involved in our review.
This is our chance to capitalise on a surge in support and enthusiasm, especially among the young.
Support Groups. Policy Development. Backbench Committees. Lord Feldman’s Review. Campaigning. There’s plenty for them to do.
Cameron’s old college friend has filled the party’s war chest.
CCHQ is not giving up on the prospect of snatching seats off Labour and LibDems, though there is a fly in the ointment…
But the Conservatives need fundamental change.