For sites that relate to the history of the UK Conservative Party and its prominent members.

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Baldry, Sir Tony
Personal blog of Conservative MP for Banbury from 1983 to 2015, where he Second Church Estates Commissioner. Provides biography, local information, church and other charity involvement, and contact details.
Carlton Club - The Victorian Web
Outlines the role that the Carlton Club played in the history of the Conservative Party.
Conservative - The Victorian Web
A history of the British Conservative Party.
Conservative History Group
From November 2002, the group will promote debate, knowledge and discussion of Conservative Party politics through the ages, publish the Conservative History Journal and hold regular speaker meetings in London. Site provides membership details.
Conservative Party
Includes brief history, total votes and percentages in general elections covering the years from 1835-1987.
The Conservative Party Archive
Kept by Oxford University, the party's official archives provide academics with privileged access to historic party documents. Details of the archive can be found here.
ConservativeManifesto.com
Conservative Party manifestos for all General Elections from 1900 to the present.
Dorrell, Stephen
Article updated by the public about the Conservative MP for Loughborough from 1979 to 1997, then Charnwood.from 1997 until he withdrew, on conultancy for KPMG and became Chair of the NHS Confederation. Profiles the pro-european who was the government's Health Secretary from 1995 to 1997. Retired: since 30 March 2015
Fraser, Christopher
Former Conservative MP for South West Norfolk.
The Rise of the Conservative Party
The Tories from their origins to the days of John Major are examined.
Ruffley, David
Conservative MP for Bury St Edmunds from 1997 to 2015, giving way to Jo Churchill. Includes biography, political career, references and related links updated by the public.
WikipediaL Mark Hoban
Article updated by the public about the Conservative MP for Fareham.from 2001 to 2015, who became Minister of State for Employment in 2012 for one year, after being Financial Secretary to the Treasury. Includes biography, political career, references and related links.
Telegraph: Ian Gow was the ultimate loyalist - and he paid the ultimate price
History could have been very different if the IRA had not murdered one of Margaret Thatcher's most trusty aides, says Bruce Anderson. (July 30, 2010)
BBC News - Vote 2001
Summaries the policies on which the Conservative Party fought the election, and provides biographies of nearly all Conservative candidates. (June 07, 2001)
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