No need for natural justice


The Party that Stands for Something elected a Board using a process where they trespassed Mr Stringer and his wife for simply being present, even though as a member he had every right to attend the AGM. So now they’re trying to eject him using a letter which was born from a meeting between people who aren’t formally recognised as the party’s board in the eyes of the Electoral Commission.

Stringer points out the inconvenient facts, the least of which is the total absence of natural justice.


Why didn’t the Conservative Party just let sleeping dogs lie?  Poking Stringer with a stick is unlikely to result in anything that they would want.

The problem is that, deep down, they know he’s going to keep being a thorn in the side of the party – at least until they manage to follow their own constitution and elect a genuine board.

Until then…



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