Conservative & Unionist Party
Conservative logo 2006.svg
Leader Life_peer
Deputy Leader ns_2
Founded May 2005
Membership Classified
Ideology Social conservatism
Economic liberalism
Soft euroscepticism
British unionism
Political position Centre-Right
Colours      Blue
House of Commons
Conservative & Unionist Party

"There can be no liberty unless there is economic liberty" - Margaret Thatcher 

The Conservative and Unionist Party (commonly shortened to the Conservative Party) is a right wing party in the MHoC which believes in ensuring nobody is prevented from reaching their potential. The party believes in pragmatic capitalism in the form of low taxes, strong preservation of private property rights and strong incentives for corporations to invest in the nation.


The Conservatives are another founding party of the Model House of Commons. The Conservatives have recorded a huge variety of results, failing to contest the Fifth Parliament and thus winning no seats, but averaging approximately 11 seats per Parliament, with a peak of 19 seats in the Ninth Parliament, the highest achieved by any party to date. In the earlier era of the Model House of Commons, the Conservatives were the sole right-wing party and as a result were very successful in forming government against their key rivals at the time the Liberal Democrats, who had to fight for the leftwing vote with Labour and later the Socialists. During the Second Parliament, a small splinter group of Conservatives abandoned the party and formed the Libertarian Party. A series of defections saw the Conservative Party disbanded during the Fourth Parliament as they did not have enough activity, and they returned no seats at the Fifth Parliament General Election.

Reformed under new leadership, they contested the Sixth Parliament General Election and had returned to full strength by the Eighth Parliament, forming a minority government. During the Ninth Parliament, they returned 19 seats, an all time record for any one party. Unfortunately, their coalition offer to the Speaker with the Libertarians had the same amount of seats, but less votes, than the Liberal Democrat-Socialist-Labour coalition offer. The Conservatives caused a constitutional crisis by refusing to accept the legitimacy of the Liberal Democrat-Socialist-Labour coalition offer on the grounds the constitution didn't specify whether a three party coalition was acceptable or not. The result was a null government for that term. Unfortunately for the Conservatives, the size of the party lead to a schism and another splinter group left the party, forming the Patriotic Conservative Party. The Conservatives went on to lose 9 seats at the Tenth Parliament General Election, but entered government as a coalition partner in a Liberal Democrat-Conservative-Centre Party government.

In the Eleventh Parliament, the Conservatives managed to reconcile the differences between themselves, the Patriotic Conservatives (now called UKIP), and the Libertarians, allowing them to form a coalition government. This successful partnership continued into the Twelfth Parliament, although UKIP was not present for the second term. The thirteenth Parliament marked the end of Conservative dominance within the House and Labour served as leading partners in the next 2 governments including a rainbow coalition which included UKIP. The Conservatives in the 14th parliament underwent a period of internal restructuring with the replacement of 2 leaders however after winning a by-election they then launched a vote of no confidence against the incumbent Labour party who had seen its coalition with the Liberal Democrats collapse due to inactivity, Labour avoided the resulting vote of no confidence which had cross party support and called a general election. Despite being the largest party following the general election the Labour Party found no support for their continued governance and this allowed the Conservatives to form a minority coalition with UKIP and the Independent Faland. The latter however was forced to resign after the Ad Hoc scandal, and this government would turn out to be the most active government in MHoC history. In the Sixteenth Parliament, they won 7 seats, the worst for any contested election and formed the Official Opposition however following the next general election they returned to government in the 17th parliament as part of a union of the right, a Conservative-UKIP-Libertarian coalition.

It is worth noting that from January - June 2007, the party closed down.


In the 26th General Election, CoffeeGeek led the Conservative Party to an improved result of 12 seats and successfully negotiated a coalition agreement with the Liberal and National Conservative Parties. Connor27 launched a Motion of No Confidence in Her Majesty's Government which looked as if it were going to fail until a statement made by the former Deputy Leader Vitiate criticising CoffeeGeek for asking him to resign as Deputy Leader. This government was cut short in March 2018 when the Nation Conservative party, led by Mr T, withdrew from the coalition because it was going to collapse anyways.


  • Led the most active government ever in MHOC history. 
  • Released the second ever TSR Budget which led to the abolition of VAT. 
  • Made prudent investments supporting development of key infrastructure and advanced technology via motions regarding desalinisation, high speed north, thorium nuclear and the UK space industry. 
  • Introduced an educational voucher system allowing the poorest pupils access to our world class private education system. 
  • Conducted the first TSR Defense Review. 
  • Repealed part of the Vienna Convention in order to remove diplomatic immunity and ensure adherence to UK law. 
  • Made investments in the UK space industry, Thorium nuclear power and research and development. 
  • Legalized both heterosexual civil partnerships and homosexual marriage. 
  • Held a constitutional referendum affirming the legitimacy of the monarchy.

Electoral performance

Election Votes Vote % Rank Seats Change in Seats Outcome of Election
October 2014 104 17.1% 3rd
No change Green-Labour-Liberal Coalition
July 2015 ... ... 2nd
Increase 3 Labour-Liberal Coalition
November 2015 ... ... 2nd
Increase 1 Labour-Liberal Coalition
April 2016 45 24.3% 1st
No change Conservative-Liberal-National Liberal Coalition
October 2016 38 25.3% 2nd
No change Labour-Socialist Coalition
June 2017 32 15.46% 3rd
Decrease 5 Labour-Liberal-Socialist Coalition 


There have been 18 Conservative Leaders to date with Beekeeper being the first one and Life_peer being the current one and the only one to have served as Leader in two spells.

Conservative Leaders who also served as Prime Minister at some point during their tenure are marked with an asterisk.

Leader Took office Left office
Beekeeper* April 2005 September 2005
Vienna* September 2005 May 2006
Bismark* May 2006 September 2006
SolInvictus* September 2006 January 2007
Deej2* June 2007 February 2008
Unioflife* February 2008 December 2008
Daveireland* December 2008 October 2009
Bagration October 2009 March 2010
L i b* March 2010 December 2010
Nothos* December 2010 February 2011
Indievertigo* February 2011 November 2011
Orange Stu November 2011 February 2012
Rakas21* February 2012 October 2013
Qwertish* October 2013 October 2014
Cryptographic November 2014 February 2015
Life_peer* February 2015 November 2016
Tanqueray91 November 2016 June 2017
CoffeeGeek* June 2017 March 2018
Life_peer* March 2018 Incumbent

Deputy Leader

There have been 20 Conservative Deputy Leaders to date with UniofLife being the first one and ns_2 being the current one. bun was the only Deputy Leader to have served on two separate occasions.

Deputy Leaders who also served as Leader at some point are marked with an asterisk.

Deputy Leader Took office Left office
UniofLife* Unknown February 2008
Daveireland* February 2008 December 2008
BruceTaylor (Nothos)* December 2008 January 2009
Matthew_Lowson January 2009 August 2009
tucker672 August 2009 March 2010
adamrules247 March 2010 April 2010
Indievertigo* April 2010 December 2010
cambo211 December 2010 September 2011
OrangeStu* September 2011 November 2011
bun November 2011 March 2012
Jarred March 2012 February 2013
Rhadamanthus February 2013 October 2013
bun October 2013 July 2014
Jarred August 2014 February 2015
TeeEff February 2015 July 2015
Tanqueray91* July 2015 November 2016
jamestg November 2016 December 2016
adam9317 December 2016 January 2017
CoffeeGeek* January 2017 June 2017
Vitiate July 2017 February 2018
ns_2 February 2018 Incumbent


The Chairman position was created in October 2012 and it has since been implemented by some other parties. However, it was abolished in May 2016 and the position is not currently being used.

There were 3 Conservative Chairmen with bun being both the first and last one.

Chairmen who also served as Leader at some point are marked with an asterisk.

Chairman Took office Left office
bun March 2012 October 2013
Life_peer* October 2013 August 2014
tehFrance August 2014 March 2015
bun March 2015 May 2016
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