LEADING THE WAY OUT OF THE EU

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Leave.EU is targeting Conservative MPs obstructing the people’s will for deselection.

We are building a network of Tory Party Members agitating to get their Remainer MP booted out. If you’re dissatisfied with your Conservative MP and want to do something about it, why not get in touch with our team? Email: info@leave.eu

Click the this Hansard ink to find out if your MP voted in favour of Theresa May’s dismal deal, or even worse, whether they voted for Labour MP Yvette Cooper’s initial amendment to obstruct No Deal, click here. Select “Party” and scroll down to find your parliamentarian. Alternatively, you can use this BBC search function to see what your MP has been up to.

If you’re not already a member of the Conservative Party, we strongly encourage you to first click here and sign up.

Our aim is to exert maximum pressure on MPs at the local association level. Over the coming weeks, Leave.EU will be helping to assemble groups of like-minded Party activists in several constituencies. Once their deselection campaigns are up and running, we will be providing the support they need.

Click here to find the contact details of your local association. Simply scroll to the bottom of the page and insert your postcode.

But first, ensure to get in touch. Together we can force the Conservatives to pursue the outcome we all knew we were voting for, a clean separation from the EU.

Special General Meeting

Under the Conservative Party Constitution, members of three months standing can arrange a special general meeting if they propose a motion – i.e. no confidence – with the backing of 50 signatories drawn from the local party membership or 10% of the total, whichever is lowest.

The SGM will be convened between 14 and 28 days after the petition is handed to the association chairman and secretary. The vote on the motion will pass by a simple majority. In each constituency, we are looking for a coordinator and a handful of volunteers to support the gathering of signatures. For most participants, the process will be very straightforward. Get a letter into the coordinator, pledging your support for the motion. Get in touch if you’d like to learn more.

Annual General Meeting

You can help bring about the Brexit you voted for in 2016 by tabling a motion of no confidence against your Remainer MP at the forthcoming Annual General Meeting of your local association.

So long as you’ve been a party member for at least three months, you can send a letter to the association chairman and secretary requesting a no-confidence motion be added to the AGM’s agenda. You must ensure the letter is signed and seconded by another member of at least three months standing. Thereafter, you only need to drum up support among your friends in the party to ensure a decent turnout and hopefully, the right result.

Below is a list of upcoming Conservative Association AGMs. Not all have been listed on local association websites so in case you’ve not been informed already, ensure to keep an eye out for an email or letter from your chairman. Better still, contact your local association to find out when and where. You can find contact details by entering your postcode in the bottom left-hand corner of this page on the Conservative Party website.


Upcoming AGMs

David Gauke: South West Hertfordshire

15 March, 8pm
Location TBC

Brandon Lewis: Great Yarmouth

15 March, 5.30pm
Gorleston Conservative Club, Sussex Road, Gorleston, Great Yarmouth. NR31 6PF

Mark Prisk: Ware

15 March, 7.30pm
Ware Priory, High Street, Ware, SG12 9AL

Greg Clark: Tunbridge Wells

15 March, 7.30pm
Parkside Suite, Mercure Hotel, Pembury

Langton Green, Speldhurst & Bidborough Branch, 9 March, 8.00pm
Langton Green Village Hall

Jonathan Djanogly: Huntingdon

15 March, 7.30pm
Great Stukeley Village Hall, Ermine St, Great Stukeley, Huntingdon, PE28 4AL

Alex Chalk: Cheltenham

20 March, 6.00pm
Location TBC

Mark Pawsey: Rugby

20 March 7.30
Hillmorton Ex-Servicemen’s club, High Street, Hillmorton, Rugby, CV21 4EH

Bob Neill: Bromley and Chislehurst

21 March
Formal notices to be sent out shortly

George Freeman: Mid Norfolk

21 March, time TBC
Dereham Town Football Club, Norwich Road, Dereham NR20 3PX

Michael Fallon: Sevenoaks

22 March
Sevenoaks Town Council Chambers, Bradbourne Vale Road, Sevenoaks, TN13 3QG

Keith Simpson: Broadland

22 March, 8pm
Wensum Valley Hotel, Taversham

Phillip Lee: Bracknell

22 March, 8pm
Coppid Beech Hotel, Bracknell

Richard Benyon: Newbury

22 March, 6.30pm
6 Cheap Street Newbury RG14 1EA

Nick Boles: Grantham and Stamford

22 March, 7.30pm
TBC

Claire Perry: Devizes

22 March, 7.30pm
Bouverie Hall, North Street, Pewsey, SN9 5EQ

Stephen Hammond: Wimbledon

22 March, 7.45pm
Trinity United Reformed Church, Mansel Road, London SW19 4AA

Antoinette Sandbach: Eddisbury

28 March, 7.30pm
Willington Hall Hotel, Willington Road, Willington, Tarporley CW6 0NB

Jo Johnson: Orpington

29 March, 7.30pm
6 Sevenoaks Road, Orpington BR6 9UR

Neil O’Brien Market Harborough

29 March, 2019, 7.30pm
Market Harborough Conservative Club

Dominic Grieve: Beaconsfield

29 March, 8pm
The Bull Hotel, Gerrards Cross, Bucks.7

Karen Bradley: Staffordshire Moorlands

Staffordshire Moorlands, Friday 29th March 2019 commencing at 8pm at the Rudyard Lake Hotel, Lake Road, Rudyard, Near Leek, Staffordshire.  ST13 8RN

Passed AGMs

  • Damian Collins: Folkestone & Hythe
  • Amber Rudd: Hastings and Rye
  • Caroline Spelman: Meriden
  • Jo Churchill: Bury St. Edmunds
  • Matt Hancock: West Suffolk
  • Oliver Letwin: West Dorset
  • Simon Hoare: North Dorset