Conservative Party Board
Founded1834
Headquarters
4 Matthew Parker Street, Westminster, England
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Key people
Ben Elliot, Board Chairman
Malik Karim, Treasurer
Stephen Philips, Secretary
Websiteconservatives.com

The Conservative Party Board is the national governing body of the Conservative Party of the United Kingdom. It is responsible for operational matters such as fundraising, membership, candidates, and internal elections.[1] It is made up of members from each section of the party: voluntary, political and professional. The board meets once a month and works closely with Conservative Campaign Headquarters elected representatives and the voluntary membership mainly through a number of management sub-committees.[1]

Members

Board[1]
Office Incumbent
Chairman of the Board
Co-chairman of the Conservative Party
Ben Elliot
Co-chairman of the Conservative Party
Deputy Chairman of the Board
Rt Hon Oliver Dowden CBE MP
Chairman of the National Conservative Convention
Deputy Chairman of the Board
Peter Booth
Treasurer of the Conservative Party Malik Karim
President of the National Conservative Convention Debbie Toon MBE
Vice President of the National Conservative Convention Fleur Butler
Vice President of the National Conservative Convention Andrew Colborne-Baber
Vice President of the National Conservative Convention Gagan Mohindra MP
Senior member of the professional staff of the Party Alan Mabbutt OBE
Chairman of the Conservative Councillors’ Association Cllr Mark Hawthorne MBE
Chairman of the Scottish Conservative Party Robert Forman MBE WS
Chairman of the Welsh Conservative Party Glyn Davies
Nominated by the Leader with endorsement by the Board
Appointed by the Board with approval of the Leader
Chairman of the Association of Conservative Peers Rt Hon The Lord Forsyth of Drumlean PC
Chairman of the 1922 Committee Sir Graham Brady MP
Elected by the 1922 Committee Richard Graham MP
Elected by the 1922 Committee David Morris MP
Elected by the 1922 Committee Bob Blackman MP
Secretary to the Board Stephen Phillips QC

References

  1. ^ a b c "Party Structure and Organisation". conservatives.com. Retrieved 24 January 2022.