UK Conservative Party

Backbencher William Wragg said he had been "weak" but is set to keep the party whip.
Rishi Sunak's attempts to turn around his party's fortunes have failed.
The former president said he was looking forward to the Brexiteer's "next move".
Conservative said he was "weak" for handing over personal phone numbers of colleagues to a person he met on Grindr, fearing he would be blackmailed.
Many are not convinced by the governing party's free-wheeling montage and call for "doomsters" to stop "talking down our country".
Polls suggest Jacob Rees-Mogg, Jeremy Hunt and Penny Mordaunt are among those heading for the exit.
Education secretary Gillian Keegan challenged over "ridiculous" new law during live TV interview.
The prime minister has previously backed calls for Alan Bates to be made a 'sir'.