William Rees-Mogg

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Lord Rees-Mogg (died in December 2012) wiki High Sheriff, Somerset 1978; Vice-chair, Board of Governors BBC 1981-86; Chair: Arts Council of Great Britain 1982-89, Broadcasting Standards Council 1988-93. [1] "Lord Rees-Mogg served as Chairman of Newsmax’s Board of Directors beginning in January 2000 through 2005, then becoming chairman of the company’s international advisory board." [1]

His children are Emma Craigie, author of Chocolate Cake With Hitler, Tory MP, Jacob Rees Mogg, and prominent Tory Annunziatta Rees-Mogg.

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  1. parliament.uk William Rees-Mogg, organizational web page, accessed May 2, 2012.
  2. trinitysaintdavid About the Trust, organizational web page, accessed May 2, 2012.