Ten key witnesses are refusing to speak to the bullying inquiry set up following the suicide of a young Conservative activist — because a party official linked to embattled ‘Tatler Tory’ Mark Clarke is set to review the final report.
Former UKIP poster girl Alexandra Swann (pictured above with Mark Clarke in a scenario which is not as it seems) has become something of a cheerleader-in-chief for the ‘Tatler Tory’ on social media:
Embattled ‘Tatler Tory’ Mark Clarke sought to exert control over Roadtrip — the election youth campaign model at the centre of bullying claims — by registering related trademarks to a specially formed private company.
“Mark Clarke is a menace”, said the founder of Young Britons Foundation (YBF) as the scandal of alleged bullying in the conservative youth movement approached the door of his so-called ‘Tory madrasa’. But if the senior management at YBF thought Clarke such an unpleasant character — why did one of them form a company with him one month after the general […]
Lord Feldman’s hopes of survival as Conservative chairman received another hammer blow last night — with yet more claims that he was warned about bullying in the party’s youth wing well before the apparent suicide of activist Elliott Johnson.
The hard-right Young Britons Foundation (YBF) has been forced to cancel its annual conference owing to its links with Mark Clarke, the ‘Tatler Tory’ at the centre of bullying claims rocking the Conservative Party.
The latest revelation to emerge from the increasingly putrid ‘bullying’ scandal engulfing the Conservative Party is ‘Tatler Tory’ Mark Clarke and his pals’ membership of the same masonic lodge, among them lawyer and Tory councillor Andy Peterkin (above left) — who when bullying claims emerged backed Clarke to the hilt:
With Mark Clarke’s Road Trip 2015 — the initiative at the centre of the Tory ‘bullying and blackmail’ scandal — beginning its journey as an external organisation which was later folded into the Conservative election operation, David Cameron is now facing calls for a wider inquiry encompassing third parties:
The father of a young Conservative activist has accused the Conservative Party of a “whitewash” over the suicide of his son.
As the Conservative establishment work to prevent further damage in the wake of bullying claims against top aide Mark Clarke, his former drinking buddies are now queuing up to put the boot in.