The nearest thing we have for a chart for the Conservative Party in the UK is that for 12th Nov 1867 in London, time undetermined. The old Tory Party had dissolved in 1830, and there was a crucial event in 1846 when a new grouping coalesced around Benjamin Disraeli, who is now regarded as the father of the modern party. But there is no date for this. There was a major re-organization of the Party under Disraeli’s control in 1867, and this seems to be the best date there is, though it is not a nativity, which an 1846 chart would have been.
Incidentally, in the last half of the 18th century the name ‘Tory’ entered common usage as a term meaning ‘Irish bandit’, but eventually the party took over the name as its own.*
So the 1867 chart for our Irish bandits has the Sun at 19 Scorpio opposite Pluto at 15 Taurus, and this has worked quite well by transit in recent decades. The bandits lost to Labour in 1964, a year in which Neptune reached 18 Scorpio. In 1979 they won an election as Uranus conjoined their Sun, and in late 1990, as Pluto was about to conjoin the Sun, they removed Margaret Thatcher as leader.
In 2001, as Uranus finished squaring the natal Sun, William Hague stood down as leader after losing an election.
The next major transit has been Neptune squaring natal Sun-Pluto, which was happening in late 2005 as David Cameron was made leader, and seemed to promise the return to electability after 8 years in the wilderness. Cameron was the Tory response to Blair, whose leadership had been characterised by a series of major Neptune transits – and, appropriately, Cameron was elected leader under a Neptune transit to his party’s Sun.
But the game has changed since Gordon Brown became PM, Neptune is no longer ‘in’, and Cameron’s leadership seems to be dissolving (Neptune) before our eyes. This Neptune transit to the Tory Sun, which isn’t quite over yet, could easily mean a dissolution of the Party itself. Because it is hard to see, at present, how they can make themselves electable again.
Interestingly, an 1846 Chart - its actual natal chart - would have Neptune at 24/25 Aquarius. So the Tory Party is about to experience its Neptune Return, another strong pointer towards the possibility of dissolution.
*The above info comes from Nicholas Campion’s ‘The Book of World Horoscopes’.