LGBT+ Conservatives News

Elections 2020

Nominations for election are now open in advance of our 2020 AGM - the date of which will be announced soon.  LGBT+ Conservatives is run by an Executive team and governed by a General Council.  All positions are voluntary and elected annually.

Candidates' Fund deadline

‪CANDIDATES: we will be closing applications to the Candidates' Fund at noon on Wednesday 13 November. Payments will be made promptly afterwards. ‬

Candidate's Fund application - General Election

A General Election has been called for 12 December.

If you're an LGBT candidate standing for the Conservative Party, and wish to apply to our Candidates' Fund please do so as soon as you can. 

Closing date announced as soon as we have confirmed final selections. 

Introducing our Donor Club

The Conservative Party has a proud record of electing “out” MPs, contributing to the highest level of representation ever in Britain and the world.

Our Candidates’ Fund supports out Conservative candidates standing in parliamentary, and regional mayor elections.

Spending Round - public health services

Ahead of this week's Spending Round, we've written a joint letter with the other main party's LGBT groups asking The Chancellor Sajid Javid to ensure public health services are properly funded.

Boris Johnson elected Conservative Party Leader

Boris Johnson has been elected Conservative Party leader and will ask Her Majesty The Queen to form a government in her name tomorrow.  During the leadership campaign he made a series of commitments:

Conservative leadership candidates

Conservative leadership candidates have set out their views, policies, and plans for LGBT rights.  We asked each of the candidates to talk about their record, and what they intend to be their focus if they become the next Conservative Party leader and Prime Minister.

Andy Street invites you to Birmingham Pride

It’s Birmingham Pride tomorrow and we shall be parading and celebrating it. We are joined by Andy Street, the Mayor for the West Midlands.

Come join us and the mayor tomorrow and celebrate pride. Here’s why: