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Meet the team



Jack Ross: Jack grew up in Portsmouth and studied History at the University of Sussex, where he headed up the Conservative Society in his final year. A keen politico, he has been involved in various political movements from the Young Conservatives to being Turning Point UK’s Chief Operations Officer. Jack is also a keen charity volunteer, largely helping charities that focus on supporting people with learning difficulties.

Laetitia Khoury: A business undergrad and fashion business Master’s student in her early twenties, she has engaged in preserving the Judeo-Christian and conservative values on which this country was founded. She believe in creating your own opportunities.

Jonathan Eida: Jonathan is a political commentator. He is also a senior contributor for Turning Point UK and writes articles for Wolves of Westminster. His interests include philosophy and sociology.


Caleb: Particularly interested in the philosophy that drives the politics of Western society. An Anglo-Indian born and raised in India, studying Computer Science in Northern Ireland.

Dean: A serial entrepreneur and occasional financial trader. His interests include social issues, geopolitics and economics. His primary concerns are leftist infiltrations of large institutions and media bias.

Noel: Born and raised in West London. Studied Creative Media at the College of North West London.

Darius: A Brexit-supporting Thatcherite conservative from North London, with interests including geopolitics, history and UK politics.

Omar: A 26-year-old political commentator who aims to entertain and enlighten. Enjoys reporting as well as dissection and analysis of news.

Kieran: From Milton Keynes. Currently studying Politics, Philosophy and Economics at The Open University. Instagram: kieranclare_

James: From Milton Keynes, currently studying for a Politics and International Relations degree in London. Enjoys clay pigeon shooting and flying.

Logan: Plymouth-based student interested in rationality, passionate about defending tradition and what makes Britain great. Became interested in party politics through defending the Leave vote in 2016.

Ian: Became personally annoyed with the Brexit saga and the encroaching left-wing narrative on everything from economic policy to universities. Trying to “Make Conservatives Conservative Again”.

Oscar: 18-year-old half-British, half-Spanish student. Lives in Hampshire and goes to the University of Sussex. A social conservative interested in the preservation of the family unit as well as key British values, institutions and ancient civil liberties. Main interests are sports, in particular football, and a keen Arsenal supporter.