Gregory Lauder-Frost

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"Gregory - who read Modern History at Oxford, holds a PhD on 'The Last 50 Years of Imperial Russia', is an established expert on genealogy, and is a certified public accountant - is well known in traditional Tory circles. He is the former Chairman of the Conservative Monday Club’s influential Foreign Affairs Committee and was also the Club’s Political Secretary. He was Publications Editor and Secretary-General of the International Monarchist League; Vice-President of the old Western Goals Institute and founder of the Traditional Britain Group in 2001, and has travelled the world meeting politicians and others with the same interests and concerns as the organisations he represented. He has written extensively on political issues. He has always been a subject of media venom and was recently attacked by them for opposing Doreen Lawrence’s appointment as a Life Peer, and for supporting the Conservative Party’s former manifesto pledge (still a Monday Club policy) that we should be encouraging government-assisted voluntary repatriation of immigrants. He is presently completing a book entitled “The Monday Club – the Crucial 30 Years 1961-1991/2”."[1] He was for 20 years active in the UK Conservative Party and was a member of the UKIP for 11 years until 2013.


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  1. Traditional Britain About, organizational web page, accessed June 6, 2014.