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 believes in creating your own opportunities.
Zak Mudie: Zak is a student at Newcastle University with a ever growing passion for political philosophy. He’s big on freedom and is proud to be part of our team.
Caleb Standen : 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.
Roan Goulden: Secondary school student from South Wales. Encourages people to look for opportunities instead of obstacles. Strong believer in neo-conservative policy. Inspired every day by my favourite politician Mitch McConnell.
Ollie Campbell: Ollie is a social conservative from Wiltshire, with a passion for economic liberalisation and the ability to create your own wealth.
Darius Hutchinson: A Brexit-supporting Thatcherite conservative from North London, with interests including geopolitics, history and UK politics.
Ethan Beard: Our journalist from Manchester. He is very passionate and believes that patriotism can bring communities together.
Richard Miller: Richard is a student from Derby with a passion for political reporting and is a strong supporter of the policies of Milton Friedman.
Daryo de Carvalho: Daryo is a British Performer, Martial Artist, Leader of his Police Cadet unit & Chapter Vice President of London. Daryo’s passion for acting started ever since he was a young boy, and had dreamed of studying at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA), but after the death of George Floyd in June 2020, a vast amount of Conservatoires had changed their policies to a more radicalised concept of education, challenging Daryo with far left’s policies. Believing that the policies “caused more harm than good”, Daryo decided to take a stand and fight back to restore mainstream ideologies back into society, whilst self-teaching himself knowledge on a wide variety of topics.
Logan Rossiter: 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.