Help us advance liberty in the UK

It’s been a great year for Conservatives for Liberty. We’ve come on a massive journey and I feel we’re really starting to get somewhere now. More people have heard of us, more people are supporting us, and crucially, more of the people who make decisions are listening to us.

We have huge plans for the next 12 months, and to make them happen we need your help. We’re looking for people who are ready to walk the walk in aid of freedom.

The main positions we have to fill are Head of Marketing and Events Coordinator, but if you don’t think either of these roles suit you, please do get in touch with us anyway, because we’re always looking for liberty-minded people who are ready to lend a hand. Email

As for everyone else involved in CfL, these roles are unpaid, volunteer positions, working from home, and with no fixed hours. We offer great experience, a lovely team, and the opportunity to work on exciting projects with influential people. In return for your help we will provide references, the occasional dinner, and the ability to be part of something amazing.

All applicants should support Conservatives for Liberty’s aim to move the Conservative Party in a more libertarian/classical liberal minded direction. We focus on free markets, small government, and individual choice.

Head of Marketing

This is a big job with a lot of responsibility, as a focussed marketing strategy is absolutely key to our next steps.

We’ll be asking someone to take responsibility for our social media accounts, develop an email marketing strategy, and lead on print collateral.

You will need to be organised, articulate, and a good team worker. In many cases, you will be acting as the voice of CfL, so you need to have good judgement, a calm head, and know when to ask for help.

We are looking for a dynamic character to take on this role and are happy to support & develop someone who has the right character but not a lot of experience.

You will need to be able to check in with social media a few times a day, most days a week (we will arrange for other people to help look after the accounts), and you will need to have 2-3 hours a week available to work on print & email projects, too. The hours & location for this role are entirely flexible, and we hope that when proper processes are implemented, the workload will be smaller.

To apply, email with your CV and a covering email explaining why you support CfL’s aims, and why you are suited to this role. The closing date is 4th September 2015.

Events Coordinator

We are looking for someone to work with the team on events. You will have the opportunity to assist with events and take ownership of some events – including every aspect of planning, including booking venues, securing speakers, promoting events, managing budgets and making sure events run smoothly.

Your primary responsibility will be our monthly ‘Pint & Patter’ events, as well as working on larger events such as the Magna Carta celebration dinner and our event at Conservative Party conference.

You should be organised, a good communicator, and adept at using social media. You should have a head for details and be a confident communicator. You will ideally be London based, or have easy access to London as the majority of our events are held there.

To apply, email with your CV and a covering email explaining why you support CfL’s aims, and why you are suited to this role. The closing date is 4th September 2015.

Here are just a few of our highlights from over the past year – we’d love you to be part of our highlights for the next year!

For our first ‘Freedom Fizz’ event at Conservative Party conference Jacob Rees-Mogg & Liam Fox joined us as speakers – and 260 people came along.

Freedom Fizz

We have also hosted events with Syed Kamall…


… and Sajid Javid


Then there was our inaugural Magna Carta celebration dinner, with Jacob Rees-Mogg speaking (and Owen Paterson, David Davis, John Redwood & Matt Ridley attending – just a few of our 94 lovely guests)


Finally, just last week, we launched Conservatives for Liberty Northern Ireland, with a fantastic turnout