FORA.tv Speaker - Tim Montgomerie
Tim Montgomerie edits ConservativeHome with Jonathan Isaby. He launched the website on Easter Monday, 2005, with the aims of championing grassroots party members and advocating a balanced, authentic conservatism.
He studied Economics and Geography at Exeter University before joining the Bank of England in 1992 where his responsibilities included the Russian economy and the study of systemic risk in financial systems.
With David Burrowes, Tim established the Conservative Christian Fellowship in December 1990. He was its Director for thirteen years - first in his spare time and then full-time.
From 1998 to 2003 he ran the Conservative Party's outreach to faith communities and the voluntary sector. His responsibilities including writing speeches for two Conservative Party leaders, William Hague and then Iain Duncan Smith.
Tim was Iain Duncan Smith's chief of staff for his last two months as Conservative leader and throughout 2004 helped him to establish the Centre for Social Justice.
11.01.09 | 01:35:48 min
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