Could a Bullying Cabal at the Heart of the Conservative Party Bring down the Cameron Government?


Baroness Warsi the highly regarded, former Conservative Party chairman has indicated, that in a written complaint on January 20th of this year, she drew the attention of her then successor, Grant Shapps, now International Development Minister, to a very serious matter of alleged bullying within the Party and yet no action was taken by the officials concerned notwithstanding the allegedly connected suicide by a young party activist, Elliott Johnson.

David Cameron’s ‘oldest political friend’ Lord Feldman of Elstree, current party chairman; so­-called ‘Tatler Tory’, Robert Halfon deputy chairman, plus former Party organiser and aide, Mark Clarke, in addition to government minister, Grant Shapps, are just some of the other names that have been mentioned in connection with this matter, which it is understood, is now the subject of serious, if belated, official investigation.

It has been reported that the resignation of specific individuals has already been called for, notwithstanding protestations of innocence and the rejections of all allegations currently made.

Mr Cameron is said to be aware of the seriousness of the situation that apparently calls into question his judgement on a number of very important issues related to the alleged bullying, harassment and blackmail that now seemingly taints his administration.

e & o e

‘cabal’ noun

1. a usually secret exclusive organisation of individuals gathered for a political purpose and/or

2. a secret plot

etymology: from the Hebrew ‘Kabbala’ ‘something received’.

synonym: ‘conspiracy’



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