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The Victory 2015 Conference. Saturday 9th March 2013. Will you be there?

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You are warmly invited to an exciting one day Conference that ConservativeHome will be holding in central London on Saturday 9th March 2013 to discuss how the Conservative Party might win a majority at the next general election. Keynote speakers include Lord Ashcroft, Dan Hannan, Theresa May, Tim Montgomerie and Grant Shapps.


During the day there will be three main addresses:


Throughout the day there will also be a number of panels, workshops and debates:

Zahawi NadhimThe Conference will be chaired by Nadhim Zahawi MP.

Location: Central London.

Timings: 10.30am to 6pm, Saturday 9th March 2013.

Full list of confirmed speakers: Lord Ashcroft, Gavin Barwell MP, Lord Bates, Martin Callanan MEP, Phillip Davies MP, Nadine Dorries MP, Matthew Elliott, Paul Goodman, Robert Halfon MP, Pete Hoskin, Andrea Leadsom MP, Jesse Norman MP, Theresa May MP, Anne McElvoy, Tim Montgomerie, Fraser Nelson, Sarah Newton MP, Ben Page, Mark Reckless MP, Steve Richards, Amber Rudd MP, Alok Sharma MP, Stephan Shakespeare, David Skelton, Grant Shapps MP, John Stevenson MP, Liz Truss MP and Nadhim Zahawi MP.

All that is missing is YOU!

A fee of £25 covers full registration, free refreshments and an end of conference drinks reception.

Students and under 18s can attend for just £15.

To book your place send a cheque made payable to "ConservativeHome" to ConservativeHome, 7 Cowley Street, Westminster, London SW1P 3NB.

Alternatively please pay via the PayPal button immediately below.


For security reasons the exact central London location won't be disclosed to attendees until 24 hours before the event. You will need to supply an email address (or mobile phone number) with your application to attend.


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