Do Conservative Party members feel valued?
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Conservative membership and role of grassroots members

The Conservative Party has not revealed how many paid-up members it has had since 2013, but estimates suggest the total has fallen to around 100,000, making it the fourth-largest in terms of membership.

Daily Politics reporter Ellie Price looks at whether the party's grassroots matter to the leadership, and if its members feel included.

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  • 11 Jan 2018
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