Thursday, 14 October 2010

Tim Montgomerie Confirmed for 7th November

Founder of the fabulously successful Conservative Home website, Tim Montgomerie, has kindly agreed to speak at the next Curzon Supper Club event on 7th November 2010.

Tim studied at Exeter University and started the Conservative Christian Fellowship in 1990. He went on to work for the Bank of England before becoming Iain Duncan Smith's chief of staff in 2003. Tim became a major influence on IDS's theme of 'Compassionate Conservatism' and in 2004 was jointly responsible, with Duncan Smith and Phillipa Stroud, for setting up the Centre for Social Justice.

Tim started Conservative Home prior to the 2005 General Election. It quickly became hugely popular with grassroots Conservative members, activists and supporters and continues to go from strength to strength. Tim has become firmly established as a leading Conservative thinker, commentator and expert on Internet based campaigning. He regularly appears on the BBC, Sky TV and other television and radio channels as an expert and pundit.

Early Booking is highly recommended!

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