Regional Europe United Kingdom Society and Culture Politics Parties Conservative Party Special Interest Groups
For groups officially affiliated to the Conservative Party, that aim to i) raise the profile of a given issue or ii) encourage/facilitate debate relating to such an issue iii) advise the party over its policy on a given issue. The 'Official' affiliate status of such groups is confirmed by the board of the party, and no one else. Therefore some single-issue groups would not get into this category, as they are non-official.
Centre-right think tank within the Conservative Party to develop policy, open to various strands.
Conservative Action for Electoral Reform
CAER exists to question the voting systems in the UKs devolved legislatures and recommends the single transferable vote.
Conservative Christian Fellowship
To sustain and encourage Christian contributions to life and thinking of the UK Conservative Party.
Conservative Way Forward
Group supporting the vision of individual ownership and freedom of choice first put forward by Margaret Thatcher.
The Enterprise Forum
Aims to facilitate dialogue between the business community and Conservative Party by arranging events at which the two groups meet.
Society of Conservative Lawyers
Aims to aid the Conservative Party's understanding of Legal issues. Their site lists their aims, events and related speeches.
The Tory Reform Group
Works to promote the values of One Nation Conservatism. Publications in PDF format.
Campaign to get more women Conservatines into Parliament
Last update:June 4, 2016 at 23:24:04 UTC