Recommendation 5:
32% of Tory members are dissatisfied with David Cameron and the party leader desperately needs a party chairman who can energise activists by explaining the leader’s ambitions to Associations  throughout the country.  Francis Maude was the right man to oversee the A-list and the reforms to CCHQ but his negative approval ratings mean that he is not the Chairman to take the party up to the next General Election.  The party needs a grassroots favourite in the hotseat at CCHQ.  Someone who can address the fact that some of the party’s best known right-wingers are outside of the shadow cabinet.  ConservativeHome does not suggest that Francis Maude should be removed from the frontbench but his modernising mission at CCHQ is on its way to being accomplished.  Mr Cameron now needs a different Chairman.

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