Thursday, January 18, 2007

Tory reorganisation for North-East

Welcome news of party plan for North

Conservative Home reports today on the re-organisation and restructuring of the party in the North of England and the welcome appointment of William Hague as Chairman of the Northern Board. Michael Bates , the former MP for Langbaurgh, becomes Deputy Chairman of the Party (North) and North-East Project Director. The idea behind these moves is to give the Conservative Party in the North greater autonomy, within set budgets, and to enable it to plan and organise it's own campaigns. In many respects it's an admission of the electoral problems besetting the party in the Northern Region and this restructuring should go some way to helping retrieve lost votes at the next election.

I bring you this news because South Shields Conservative Association are unable to (i.e. they don't have the most efficient 'webmaster' to give it 30 minutes a day! )


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