Conservative Pairty (UK)

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Conservative Pairty
Leader David Cameron MP
Chairman Laird Feldman o Elstree
Deputy Chairman Robert Halfon MP
Lairds Leader Baroness Stowell o Beeston
Foondit 1834
Precedit bi Tory Pairty
Heidquarters Conservative Campaign HQ
4 Matthew Parker Street, London, SW1H 9NP, England
Youth wing Conservative Futur
Weemen's wing Conservative Weemen's Organisation
Owerseas weeng Conservatives Abroad
Membership  (2014) Increase 149,800[1]
Ideology Conservatism[2]
Economic liberalism[2]
Breetish unionism
Saft euroscepticism[2][3][4]
Poleetical poseetion Centre-richt
Internaitional affiliation Internaitional Democrat Union
European affiliation Alliance o European Conservatives an Reformists
European Pairlament group European Conservatives an Reformists
Colours      Blue
Hoose o Commons[5]
330 / 650
Hoose o Lairds[6]
251 / 821
European Pairlament
20 / 73
Scots Pairlament
15 / 129
Welsh Assembly
14 / 60
Lunnon Assembly
9 / 25
Local govrenment[7]
8,779 / 20,565
Polis an Crime Commissioners
16 / 41
Website
conservatives.com

The Conservative Pairty, offeecially the Conservative an Unionist Pairty, is a centre-richt[8] poleetical pairty in the Unitit Kinrick.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "Membership of UK political parties - Commons Library Standard Note". UK Parliament. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Wolfram Nordsieck. "Parties and Elections in Europe". parties-and-elections.eu. 
  3. Paul Taggart and Aleks Szczerbiak. "The Party Politics of Euroscepticism in EU Member and Candidate States" (PDF). University of Sussex. 
  4. Ariane Apodaca. "Information guide: Euroscepticism" (PDF). University of Cardiff. 
  5. Current State of the Parties – UK Parliament. Retrieved on 13 May 2015.
  6. "Lords by party, type of peerage and gender". www.parliament.uk. Retrieved 13 Jun 2015. 
  7. "Local Council Political Compositions". Keith Edkins. 24 November 2013. Retrieved 15 May 2015. 
  8. "Competing on the centre right: An examination of party strategy in Britain".