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Posts Tagged: National Conservative Convention
The new officers representing the ‘voluntary party’ are named.
This is not the time to focus on the Party’s internal structures: we need to be out amongst the public, winning the argument in the country.
Dinah Glover: I’m standing for Vice President of the National Convention to give Party members a voice
Our Party could only benefit from become more democratic and accountable to its dedicated and talented grassroots.
I want the leadership candidates to tell me how they are going to deliver Brexit, unite and refresh the Conservative Party – and win the next election.
Geoffrey Clifton-Brown: May failed to lead Britain out of the EU – but her successor can yet succeed
There may be greater willingness by Brussels to negotiate following populist successes in the European elections.
The contest that returned Cameron took over six months. Parties in opposition have the luxuxy of time. Parties in government do not – especially this one.
Under her leadership the natural party of government has been reduced to a point where electoral annihilation appears a real possibility.
Many Association Chairmen are consulting their members, whether through ballots or other means.
“We no longer feel that Mrs May is the right person to continue as Prime Minister”. The special National Convention motion. Full text.
The meeting will take place in central London on June 15. The motion has been signed by more than the required 65 Association Chairmen.
Instability versus inflexibility – and the case for changing the Conservative leadership challenge rules
The easiest course for 1922 Executive Committtee members to take is to put a decision off. Here’s why that should be avoided.
The Attorney General did not vote on the proposal, but also told assembled members he was “happy to commend it to his colleagues”.
As the motion that was passed by the National Convention says, Conservative MPs need to honour their manifesto pledges.
The Party has sent out restrictive advice on the rules to all local officers – “strange” advice which some Associations, at least, are ignoring.
As Number Ten mulls extending Article 50, local activists should follow the lead of the National Convention.