A former Conservative Assembly Member was today refused entry to the party's Welsh conference.
Peter Rogers, who represented North Wales until last May's election, was told he had not been given a pass for the conference in Llandudno.
Mr Rogers is involved in a dispute with the party over the selection process for the Anglesey parliamentary seat.
Speaking outside the conference hall, he said: "Why doesn't somebody make a statement? They took a cheque from me. I sent them a cheque as a friend of the conference."
Mr Rogers said he had sent in his application well in advance of the deadline.
He added: "Perhaps I am outspoken, but I only say what I believe."
Mr Rogers later left, saying he was "going home".
A spokesman for the Conservative Party declined to comment.