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Area Chairmen List[edit]

Would it be more suitable to reference to this information elsewhere rather than include it in the article? Is it available in a similar format elsewhere? Paulleake 14:42, 13 December 2005 (UTC)

I've removed the list of CF Area Chairmen and instead put in a link to the list of Area Chairman on the CF website. I couldn't bring myself to delete code someone has obviously put a lot of time into, so in case there is disagreement, the code is below. chris_nelson 02:42 16 December 2005 (GMT)

Membership Levels[edit]

I have removed the line claiming an extrapolation from the confirmed 150 membership at St Andrew's and Edinburgh proves the claim of a national membership of 10,000 is correct. There is nothing referenced to show that St Andrews or Edinburgh are typical of British universities, and they tend to take a disproportionate number of students from more affluent, disproportionately Conservative backgrounds. I will happily eat my words if presented with a more accurate study. Paulleake 14:49, 13 December 2005 (UTC)

Active in Scotland?[edit]

I can't help noticing that the list of CF Area Chairmen doesn't include any area within Scotland. Would it be more appropriate to restate CF as the Conservative Party's youth wing in England, Wales and Northern Ireland? chris_nelson 02:49 16 December 2005 (GMT)

It's been a while but yes is the answer. The Scottish party is autonomous and has its own youth and student wings arrangements. Timrollpickering 10:57, 23 August 2006 (UTC)

Area Chairmen[edit]

Nick Vaughan[edit]

Since the nominations have been declared for the CF elections and Nick Vaughan is not standing again it would probably be ok to change his time in office to 2005-2006 now.

Branches[edit]

Who keeps removing the links to the individual branches at the bottom of this page? Kindly refrain from doing so. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 84.233.227.56 (talk) 21:13, 21 March 2007 (UTC).

External links to individual branches are not relevant to the national organisation. And if they were, there would have to be links to ALL the branches; since there are hundreds of them, that would be impractical, as well as irrelevant. Bastin 01:59, 22 March 2007 (UTC)

all?[edit]

Lead states: The organisation is made up of all members of the Conservative Party who are 30 years old or younger. this doesn't currently imply choice. Gregkaye (talk) 11:14, 26 July 2014 (UTC)

Status of CF[edit]

Would it perhaps be wise to include a passage of text explaining CF's current (uncertain) future, rather than referring to it in past tense, as if it has been abolished? Officially, CF still exists in its entirety, and this will not change for some time due to the lengthy and complicated process of changing the Conservative Party's Constitution (it is estimated these changes may come into effect in 2018 or 2019, along with the rest of the Conservative Party Review). CF would be better described as currently in abeyance rather than dissolved, due to it still existing officially. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2A02:C7D:1696:D500:69B6:13C7:EEB8:C8C8 (talk) 08:11, 21 December 2016 (UTC)

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