National Conservative Conference

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Event.png National Conservative Conference(conference) Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Date15 May 2023 - 17 May 2023
LocationLondon,  England
PlannersConservative Party
ParticipantsSuella Braverman, Michael Gove, Douglas Murray, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Kevin Roberts, J.D. Vance, Lee Anderson, Katharine Birbalsingh, Miriam Cates, Theodore Dalrymple, Christopher DeMuth, David Frost, Daniel Hannan, John Hayes, Yoram Hazony, Danny Kruger, James Orr, Melanie Phillips, Michael Anton, Amandeep Bhogal, Nigel Biggar, Fred de Fossard, Richard Dearlove, Daniel French, Frank Furedi, Henry George, David Goodhart, Matthew Goodwin, Darren Grimes, Ofir Haivry, Mary Harrington, Sherelle Jacobs, Alex Kaschuta, Eric Kaufmann, Benedict Kiely, Lois McLatchie, Sebastian Milbank, Sebastian Morello, Louise Perry, Philip Pilkington, Nina Power, Gwythian Prins, Juliet Samuel, Imogen Sinclair, Tim Stanley, David Starkey, Radomir Tylecote, Emma Webb, Ed West, Toby Young, Laura Dodsworth, Zewditu Gebreyohanes, Sumantra Maitra, Christopher Montgomery, John O’Sullivan, Andrew Olivastro, Anna Wellisz, Peter Whittle, Marcus Walker
DescriptionA 2023 conference on Conservativism

The National Conservative Conference was held in May 2023. Leftist outlets like Novara Media, the Byline Times and openDemocracy were refused press passes.[1]

Official narrative

The Guardian says national conservatism is a "divisive, far-right movement" associated with Enoch Powell and Viktor Orban.[2]


Known Participants

16 of the 59 of the participants already have pages here:

Lee Anderson
Suella Braverman
Theodore DalrympleBritish conservative writer and cultural critic
Christopher DeMuthPresident of the American Enterprise Institute.
Richard DearloveHead of MI6 from 1999 to 2004. Publicly announced in 2020 that he believed Covid-19 came from a laboratory.
David FrostBritish adviser and politician
Frank FurediProfessor of Sociology at the University of Kent.
Henry George
David Goodhart
Michael GoveMinister for Intergovernmental Relations and Secretary of State in Boris Johnson's government. Reappointed by Rishi Sunak
Daniel HannanConservative Party MEP
John Hayes
Douglas MurrayA neocon "terror expert"
Melanie PhillipsColumnist with The Times and married to the BBC's legal correspondent, Joshua Rozenberg
Jacob Rees-Mogg
Toby YoungBritish journalist and Director of the New Schools Network,
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