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  • Article: Feb 7, 2020

    In the middle of theGeneral Election camapign, we held our Annual General Meeting at Burnham Football Club. Baron Chris Fox, Domininc Grieve and our parlimentary representative Rob Castell all spoke.

    AGM minutes

  • Document: Feb 7, 2020
  • Article: Nov 22, 2019

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  • Dominic and Rob campaigning cut
    Article: Nov 1, 2019
    By Rob Castell in The Times

    Rob has explained why in The Times article .

    Time to meet the Tory rebel. Friday afternoon. A quiet pub. Well I wasn't gonna meet him in a Greggs was I. And he didn't walk in whilst doing a selfie video. No this was the other rebel. Grieve.

    I order a pint. He goes for an orange juice, immediately getting the upper hand. We find a couple of armchairs away from the non elites. I'm not sure whether to whisper or maybe even pass a note across the table. Disappointingly, he just starts talking openly at a normal volume and tells me everything he's thinking and what his position is. 'This is easy' I think, I've got him exactly where I want him. And then I realise that actually he's got me right where he wants me - agreeing to stand aside and support his efforts to be re-elected as MP for Beaconsfield. All so devastatingly logical.

  • Dominic and Rob campaigning cut
    Article: Oct 6, 2019

    The local party have decided to support Dominic Grieve as an independent candidate in any General election before Brexit is finalised. It is not a decision that the local executive have taken lightly and has been the subject of much understandable soul searching by many. Not least our new parliamentary candidate Rob Castell. We see this as the best chance to avoid a no deal Brexit and gain a Peoples vote.