Saturday, 3 April 2010

Former Tory Leader stands as Independent as Sefton Tory rift deepens

Birkdale Focus has reported earlier the forced de-selection of Eric Storey by the Sefton Tory leadership despite the unanimous vote of his local party. This is the latest in a long line of Tory 'cock ups' since the leadership of Porter-Parry took over. One former Tory Leader got so brassed off with the infighting that he joined the Labour Party, the constituency chair was removed by London, the Southport Tory PPC's chief cheer leader published a book slagging off leading Tories including former leader Sir Ron Watson, Tom Glover, another former leader, has been suspended and now Eric having been axed is standing as an independent against his former party. 

I keep telling folk this will not last and that we cannot rely on so many Tory own goals in the future.

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