Conservative Party (UK) life peers



The Conservative Party is a name used by many
political parties A political party is an organization that coordinates candidates to compete in a particular country's elections. It is common for the members of a party to hold similar ideas about politics, and parties may promote specific ideological or p ...
around the world. These political parties are generally right-wing though their exact ideologies can range from center-right to far-right. Political parties called The Conservative Party include:



* Croatian Conservative Party, * Conservative Party (Czech Republic) *
Conservative People's Party (Denmark) The Conservative People's Party ( da, Det Konservative Folkeparti, DKF), also known as The Conservatives () is a conservative centre-right political party in Denmark. The party is a member of the European People's Party (EPP) and Internation ...
* Conservative Party of Georgia *
Conservative Party (Norway) The Conservative Party or The Right ( nb, Høyre, nn, Høgre, , H; se, Olgešbellodat) is a liberal-conservative political party in Norway. It is the major party of the Norwegian centre-right, and was the leading party in government as par ...
* Conservative Party (UK) * The Conservatives (Latvia)


* Conservative Party (Bulgaria), 1879–1884 * Conservative Party (Kingdom of Serbia), 1861-1895 * German Conservative Party, 1876–1918 * Conservative Party (Hungary), 1846–1849 * Conservative Party (Iceland), 1924–1927 * Conservative Party (Prussia), 1848–1876 * Vlad Țepeș League, in Romania 1929–1938 * Conservative Party (Romania, 1880–1918) *
Conservative Party (Romania) The Conservative Party ( ro, Partidul Conservator, PC) was a conservatism, conservative list of political parties in Romania, political party in Romania. It was founded in 1991, approximately two years after the Romanian Revolution, fall of Commun ...
, 1991–2015 *
Conservative Party (Spain) The Liberal Conservative Party ( es, Partido Liberal-Conservador, PLC), also known more simply as the Conservative Party ( es, Partido Conservador, PC), was a Spanish political party founded in 1876 by Antonio Cánovas del Castillo. History Fou ...
, 1876–1931 *
Tories A Tory () is a person who holds a political philosophy known as Toryism, based on a British version of traditionalism and conservatism, which upholds the supremacy of social order as it has evolved in the English culture throughout history. Th ...
, Britain and Ireland 1678–1834; the roots of the Conservative Party (UK)


* Conservative Party (Egypt) * Conservative Party (Kenya) *
Conservative Party (South Africa) The Conservative Party of South Africa ( af, Konserwatiewe Party van Suid-Afrika) was a far-right South African political party that sought to preserve many aspects of apartheid in the system's final decade, and formed the official opposition ...
* Conservative Party (Uganda)



* Conservative Labour, in Canada *
Conservative Party of Canada (1867–1942) The Conservative Party of Canada has gone by a variety of names over the years since Canadian Confederation. Initially known as the "Liberal-Conservative Party", it dropped "Liberal" from its name in 1873, although many of its candidates cont ...
Conservative Party of Canada The Conservative Party of Canada (french: Parti conservateur du Canada), colloquially known as the Tories, is a federal political party in Canada. It was formed in 2003 by the merger of the two main right-leaning parties, the Progressive Co ...
(founded 2003) *
Liberal-Conservative Party The Liberal-Conservative Party (french: le Parti libéral-conservateur) was the formal name of the Conservative Party of Canada until 1873, and again from 1922 to 1938, although some Conservative candidates continued to run under the label as la ...
, name until 1873 and 1922–1938 * National Liberal and Conservative Party, 1920–1921 * Nationalist Conservative, in Canada * Progressive Conservative Party (disambiguation)

United States

Conservative Party (United States) The Conservative Party in the United States refers to various state parties that have no connection with one another and that support conservatism in the United States. National level There never has been an active national political party in the ...
* New Jersey Conservative Party *
Conservative Party of New York State The Conservative Party of New York State is an American political party founded in 1962 following conservative dissatisfaction with the Republican Party in New York. Running on the Conservative Party line, James L. Buckley won election to the U ...
* Conservative Party (South Carolina) *
Conservative Party of Virginia (1867) The Conservative Party of Virginia was a United States political party in the state of Virginia during the second half of 19th century. It centered on opposition to Reconstruction. During its history, the party was successful in electing six cong ...
* Conservative Party of Virginia (1965)


* Conservative Party (Bolivia) * Conservative Party (Brazil) * Conservative Party (Chile), 1836–1948 * United Conservative Party (Chile), 1953–1966 * Colombian Conservative Party * Conservative Party (Ecuador) *
Conservative Party (Guatemala) The Conservative Party ( es, Partido Conservador, PC) was one of the two major political parties in Guatemala during the nineteenth and early twentieth century. The Conservative Party originated in the Serviles political group—consisting primari ...
, c. 1830–1920 *
Conservative Party (Mexico) The Conservative Party ( es, Partido Conservador) was one of two major factions in Mexican political thought that emerged in the years after independence, the other being the Liberals. At various times and under different circumstances they wer ...
, 1849–1867 * Conservative Party (Nicaragua) * Conservative Party (Panama) * Conservative Party (Venezuela)


* Democratic Conservative Party (Syria), also simply known as the "Conservative Party"



* Australian Conservatives

New Zealand

Conservative Party of New Zealand New Conservative is a political party in New Zealand. Observers have described the party's policies as far-right, though the party now states it has moved to a more centrist position under new leadership. It advocates for lower taxation, ant ...
New Zealand Conservative Party The New Zealand Conservative Party (originally known as Right of Centre) was a short-lived political party in New Zealand. It was founded by a dissident National Party MP, Ross Meurant. Foundation Meurant had led the New Zealand Police's h ...
New Zealand National Party The New Zealand National Party ( mi, Rōpū Nāhinara o Aotearoa), shortened to National () or the Nats, is a centre-right political party in New Zealand. It is one of two major parties that dominate contemporary New Zealand politics, alongs ...


* Conservative Party (Hong Kong) *
New Conservative Party (Japan) The New Conservative Party (NCP) was the name of two now-defunct political parties in Japan. The first of the two parties was founded on April 3, 2000 by 21 lower house and 6 upper house defectors from the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ). It was ...
, Japan 2000–2003


* Conservative Catholics (Italy) * Conservative Nationalist Party * Conservative Party Archive * Conservative Party Review (2016) * ''The Conservative'' (1898-1902), a weekly newspaper in Nebraska * ''The Conservative'' (journal)

See also

Conservatism (disambiguation) Conservatism is a set of political philosophies that favour tradition. Conservatism or conservative may also refer to: * Linguistic conservatism, a language form that has changed relatively little over its history * Conservatism (belief revision ...
* Conservative Alliance (disambiguation) * Conservative Christianity (disambiguation) * Conservative Democratic Party (disambiguation) * Conservative government, a list of Canadian and British Conservative governments * Conservative Party leadership election (disambiguation) * Conservative People's Party (disambiguation) * Leader of the Conservative Party (disambiguation) * List of conservative parties by country * List of Conservative Party politicians * New Conservative Party (disambiguation) {{disambiguation, political