POLITICAL life looks interesting for the Thurrock Conservatives. You get the feeling that a new tranche of eager young Tories may transform the party over the next few years.
The party that has been in power for the last five years has to meet a big challenge come May 6th 2010 when the local elections take place.
The party has been beset by a breathtaking ability to squabble with each other but sources close to the party have indicated that there may well be a purge of the disruptive factions once and for all.
In the meantime, Charles Key is typical of the pro-active members of the Conservative Future who, even at a tender age are showing a media-savvy side that may well give them the edge over Labour.
We will follow Charles’ progress with great interest