Adrian Davies

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Biographical Information

"Adrian is a barrister who was formerly the chairman of the British Freedom Party (now defunct) and has worked for Slaughter and May, the prestigious London law firm. Adrian was educated at Jesus College, Cambridge, where he took a first class honours degree in modern languages in 1985 and at the University of London where he took a LLM degree. He is the son of the traditionalist Catholic writer, Michael Davies.

"Davies was previously an executive council member of the Conservative Monday Club, a former executive committee member of Tory Action and secretary of the London Swinton Circle. He is also a co-founder of the Bloomsbury Forum."[1]

He unsuccessfully represented the controversial British Holocaust denier David Irving at the Court of Appeal in 2001 after Irving had failed in a libel action against Deborah Lipstadt and Penguin Books. wiki

Affiliations

  • Andrew Brons
  • Davies was chairman of the now-defunct Freedom Party (which is not connected to the British Freedom Party)

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References

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