National Union of Conservative and Constitutional Associations

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The National Union of Conservative and Constitutional Associations (NUCCA) was an organization set up by Benjamin Disraeli. It is considered to be a precursor to the modern Conservative Party conference.[1] Unless otherwise stated, details of Chairmen and Presidents of the NUCCA are taken from British Historical Facts 1830-1900 by Chris Cook and Brendan Keith or from British Political Facts 1900-1994 by David Butler and Gareth Butler, as appropriate.

Presidents of National Union of Conservative and Constitutional Associations[edit]

Chairmen of National Union of Conservative and Constitutional Associations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Harrison, Brian, The transformation of British politics, 1860-1995, p196, ISBN 0-19-873121-3