Conservative Party Chairman Grant Shapps described Lord Feldman as being "absolutely straight and true to his word" following allegations that a senior aide described grassroot party activists as "mad, swivel-eyed loons".
Conservative MP Grant Shapps told Daybreak that the party has taken five out of the seven county council counts they have seen so far.
Not ignoring the fact that the party have lost councillors in yesterday's elections, he said, "people have sent a message, we get it, we hear what people are saying."
Conservative party chairman Grant Shapps has defended the timing of the Police and Crime Commissioner elections.
He told Daybreak: "It's really important people know a figure head, a name of a person that they can turn to when they are concerned about crime and anti-social behaviour in their area."
Conservative party co-chairman Grant Shapps conducted a guided tour of parliament for three internet business associates under the name Michael Green when he was a Tory backbencher, a Guardian investigation has revealed.
The report claims that one of the men kept a blog - which has since been deleted - that read:"I was given an exclusive night-time tour, amidst high level security, at ... the Houses of Parliament. Accompanied by 3 top Internet marketers. With no one else present. Apart from a watching policeman."
Mr Shapps, who bought the internet entrepreneurs dinner in a Commons restaurant on the same evening in 2006, denied last month that he was "living a double life".
A Conservative Party spokesman has denied the claims, and said:
"This is complete rubbish. Grant held a dinner for three friends who knew him personally. There is absolutely nothing improper about this."
The company founded by Conservative Party Chairman Grant Shapps, HowToCorp, is being investigated by the Advertising Standards Agency, the watchdog has told The Independent.
Housing Minister Grant Shapps will replace Sayeeda Warsi as Conservative Party Co-Chairman, according to the Huffington Post.
The report says Baroness Warsi is yet to accept an offer of another position in David Cameron's Cabinet.