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Former CNN International Correspondent who is comfortable chairing conferences and speaking on world issues
Veteran Conservative MP and former cabinet minister who has served in a number of administrations as Chancellor, Home Secretary, Lord Chancellor and Justice Minister; keen jazz fan
Led and delivered the London 2012 Olympics, perfectly demonstrating his sporting, political and business skills. He is now at the IOC where he is undertaking a huge turnaround programme, again drawing on his many diplomatic skills which has seen him go from Olympic Gold Medallist to successful businessman, politician and now sports administrator.
BBC Legal Editor and Law in Action presenter who is also a comedy writer! Can speak seriously about Brexit, but equally comfortable with a witty anecdotal speech.
Philip Collins is a former columnist on The Times and the chief executive of the writing and rhetoric company The Draft. In 2021 Philip’s sixth book “To Be Clear” was released. It's an inspiring manual for all companies and communicators to speak or write clearly and renounce the boring jargon of contemporary business writing.
Peter Conradi has worked in national and international journalism for more than three decades. As Foreign Editor of The Sunday Times and a former foreign correspondent, he can speak authoritatively on many aspects of international affairs.
BBC World Service presenter who has had extensive experience reporting across the world. Speaks Russian.
A career diplomat with particular knowledge and experience of the Middle East and south-east Asia. Sir Sherard Cowper-Coles has been British Ambassador in Israel, Saudi Arabia and Afghanistan. Now working for BAE Systems as international business development director in the Middle East and south-east Asia.
Seasoned broadcaster and print journalist. Prior to being Chief Political Correspondent for Sky News, he was at the BBC and before then he had been political editor of the Sunday Express, the Daily Express and Home Affairs correspondent at the Sunday Times.
Journalist and award-winning political columnist, was Sunday Telegraph political columnist for 19 years, and former editor of the Spectator. Author of several books. Broadcast work includes Newsnight's film on David Cameron on the eve of the 2015 general election.
Iain Dale is one of Britain’s leading political commentators, with a daily show on LBC. He has been a contributing editor for GQ Magazine and currently writes for various national newspapers and magazines, including the Guardian, the Independent, the New Statesman, the Spectator and Attitude. In 2019 he chaired the Tory Leadership hustings between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt.
Zoe De Pass is a London based fashion and lifestyle content creator who has changed negative connotations about how mums dress and the way that brands view the mum demographic.
Zoe De Pass
Award-winning writer, author and broadcaster. A controversialist and public speaker who has dabbled in politics. Best known for his weekly column in The Spectator and his blogs for Breitbart London.
Lord Michael Dobbs is best known as the writer of House of Cards, the Netflix series that was originally adapted by the BBC. Michael was an advisor to numerous prime ministers including Margaret Thatcher, John Major and David Cameron and now sits in the Upper House
Former US National Security Advisor to President Obama. He provided the president's daily national security briefing and was responsible for the co-ordination and integration of the Administration's foreign policy, intelligence and military efforts.