The final humiliation is now being delivered upon us in the form of the European elections – elections to an institution that we voted to leave three years ago.
Staying on would be a tragedy for the Conservative Party, which could very well cease to be viable as a party of government.
The truth is that the Conservative system was not broke before 1998 and didn’t need fixing; and that the 1998 constitutional reforms were a failure.
There will now be an emergency meeting of the National Convention to debate the motion of no confidence organised by Dinah Glover.
The easiest course for 1922 Executive Committtee members to take is to put a decision off. Here’s why that should be avoided.
After three decades as a Tory activist, this Prime Minister and this Government have pushed me too far.
One association, in a safe Home Counties constituency, has found the answer is almost half.
Our conferences give members the chance to speak and put questions to senior Party figures, and our training equips activists to take on the Left.
They range from Midlothian to South East Cornwall, from Rochester to Clwyd South.
Capitulation to Brussels by the Government is causing huge damage to our grassroots and damaging our local election prospects.
Our Executive Editor discusses disillusioned members, internal democracy, and allegations of UKIP infiltration on BBC Radio Four.
The Chairman of Clwyd South has announced an Emergency General Meeting – at which he will vote for the motion of no confidence.
The Party’s Chief Executive has briefed the Cabinet that there are insufficient funds to fight a snap General Election. How bare is the cupboard?
That way we would have a proper contest, focused on the future and the full range of issues. And our hardworking members would have a real choice.
Despite obvious points of disagreement, the AGM remained a “civilised and constructive” affair in which the Business Secretary sought to reassure his activists.