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A prominent member of the Tory Reform Group, Samuel Kasumu, who joined the Conservatives at the age of 19, said: "There was a party that didn't look like me but sounded like me -- that was the Tories.
Ken Clarke called the government "bewildering" and compared its policies to an "alphabet soup" in a speech to the Tory Reform Group at the Carlton Club in London.
The recently demoted Justice Secretary told a Tory Reform Group event that David Cameron should "keep the centre ground, where elections are won".
Driven and determined, Hester studied at Oxford and was president of Tory Reform Group.
Mr Bourne told the Tory Reform Group, "On reflection, the arguments the No campaign set out about the threat to the Union were, at the very least, over-done, possibly even wrong.
Political observers believe that Kenneth Clarke will declare his hand on Monday after addressing the centre left Tory Reform Group.
The influential centre-left Tory Reform Group, which is backed by senior figures including Kenneth Clarke, Michael Heseltine and Chris Patten, also added to the pressure on Hague with a statement backing Lord Taylor.
Other recent Scots Tory defectors to the Lib Dems include former MP Anna McCurley and ex- Tory Reform Group chairman Arthur Bell and wife Susan.