The Bruges Group spearheaded the intellectual battle to win a vote to leave the European Union and, above all, against the emergence of a centralised EU state.

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Bruges Group Blog

Spearheading the intellectual battle against the EU. And for new thinking in international affairs.
Daniel Bullen is a self-publishing author. Daniel has high-functioning autism, which affects the way he interacts but, gets the job done nonetheless. Currently studying a degree in ICT. Aside from politics, Daniel has an interest in history – particularly British, American, Russian and Eastern European history. His publication includes The Occupation of Britain (2017), a history of Britain’s relationship with Europe from 1945 to 2017 whilst at the moment writing three more books about Brexit and other books on other topics.

Restoring Britain post-Brexit (2018)
The Liberation of Britain Part 1 (2018)
The Liberation of Britain Part 2 (2018)
Fascism and Communism are Two Sides of the Same Coin Part 1 (2018)
Marcus Watney is a retired technical writer with experience in British industry working for OEMs in the areas of IT, fibre optics and superconducting magnets.

He has stood for Parliament twice and twice been a euro-election candidate for UKIP. In 2004 the Bruges Group published his paper Exit Strategy, believed to be the first analysis of the different ways of leaving the EU. He has given numerous television and radio interviews, attempting to explain simply the byzantine workings of the European Union.
John Griffing is formerly Associate Editor for The Daily Caller News Foundation. His interview credits include Fortune 500 executives, as well as key public officials. He is also featured on Fox, RT, Newsmax TV and numerous radio programs.
Dr Carl Stephen Patrick Hunter BA Hon DSc FRINA FIMarEST AFNI MRAeS is CEO of Coltraco Ultrasonics, a British designer and manufacturer for the naval, shipping, offshore, energy and fire sectors. He is a former Greenjacket Officer in the British Army and a Graduate and Honorary Doctor of Science from the University of Durham, a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects, a Fellow of the Institute of Marine Engineers and Member of the Royal Aeronautical Society, Royal Institute for International Affairs, Royal Society of Asian Affairs and Royal United Services Institute. Dr. Hunter is a Council Member of the British Marine Equipment Association, the Maritime Defence & Security Group, and a member of the Governing Councils of various industry groups supporting exporting . His interests are in Physics, International Business, the Constitution, South Asia, International & Strategic Affairs, Defence, the British Commonwealth and bringing UK Scientists into business. Dr Carl lives in London and Somerset in England, travels extensively in Asia, Europe and the Middle East, has been married for 27 years to Dorothy and a Father of four Children.