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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UKIP and the Future of the Conservative Party

UKIPandtheFutureoftheConservativeParty

James Delingpole
Charles Moore
The Hon. Jacob Rees-Mogg MP

With the speakers;
Charles Moore, biographer of Margaret Thatcher and Former editor of the Telegraph
The Hon. Jacob Rees-Mogg MP, Member of Parliament for North-East Somerset
& James Delingpole, journalist, columnist, novelist and Executive Editor of Breitbart.com

 Charles Moore                  Jacob Rees-Mogg MP                 James Delingpole            

Charles Moore is a British journalist. He was also a Former editor of The Spectator (1984–90) The Sunday Telegraph (1992- 5) and The Daily Telegraph (1995-2003); he stood- down from the last post to spend more time writing Margaret Thatcher’s authorised biography.

Moore currently writes for a number of the publications that he once edited. He was also the Chairman of the Policy Exchange think tank.

Jacob Rees-Mogg is the Conservative Member of Parliament for North-East Somerset. He is rated as one of the Conservatives’ most rebellious MPs. In the House of Commons he serves on the Procedure and European Scrutiny Select Committees.

Prior to entering politics Jacob Rees-Mogg worked in financial services where he set up his own company, Somerset Capital Management in 2007. Previously he was in global emerging markets at Lloyd George Management.

His political interests concern matters to do with the Treasury and the European Union. Jacob Rees-Mogg is also particularly interested in China, the Far-east and India.

James Delingpole is a journalist, columnist and novelist. He has written for amongst other media The Times, The Daily Telegraph, and The Spectator. He is the author of How to be Right: The Essential Guide to Making Lefty Liberals History, Welcome to Obamaland: I Have Seen Your Future and It Doesn’t Work, and 365 Ways to Drive a Liberal Crazy.

He is a “climate sceptic” who doubts the extent to which global warming is man-made (anthropogenic) or indeed even catastrophic. James is also the author of Watermelons: How Environmentalists are Killing the Planet, Destroying the Economy and Stealing your Children’s Future. James is currently the Executive Editor of Breitbart.com an online news magazine.