The Conservative Muslim Forum (CMF) is an integral part of the Conservative Party. All CMF members are full members of the Party and we believe that the fundamental values of the Conservative Party such as recognising the importance of the family, scepticism of state control, a belief in private enterprise, low taxes and personal responsibility are values that appeal to British Muslims.


The CMF's full objectives are set out on the Objectives page. They can be summarised as encouraging British Muslims to play their full part in the political life of our country, and in particular to support the Conservative Party, join the Conservative Party and stand as Conservative Party candidates.

We also advise Conservative candidates campaigning to Muslim voters. If you are a candidate and think we can help just get in touch.


19 APR 2015

CMF Executive canvassing for Dr Matthew Offord

It is often said in politics that "Every vote matters." That is always true, but even more so when you are defending a majority of only 106. That is the margin by which Dr Matthew Offord won Hendon for the Conservative Party in 2010. Accordingly on Sunday 19 April a team of London based CMF Executive...


12 APR 2015

Shaheen Mahmood canvassing for Nick de Bois

Until the dissolution of Parliament on 30 March 2015, Nick de Bois was the MP for Enfield North and we strongly want to see him re-elected. While much of the campaign consists of the "Air war" fought through the media, the "Ground war" of leafletting and canvassing often makes the difference between winning...


04 APR 2015

Mike Mogul canvassing for Gavin Barwell in Croydon Central

While most people form their voting intentions based upon national party policies and media coverage, campaigning on the ground also has a major impact, and can mean the difference between winning and losing. CMF Executive member Mike Mogul has been out day after day campaigning for Gavin...



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