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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.  "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." 
His children are Emma Craigie, author of Chocolate Cake With Hitler, Tory MP, Jacob Rees Mogg, and prominent Tory Annunziatta Rees-Mogg.
- Patron, Alister Hardy Trust 
- Member, Scientific and Medical Network
- Former Editor, The Times
- Esmee Fairbairn Foundation 
- Peter Preston, "Memoirs by William Rees-Mogg: William Rees-Mogg's memoirs have plenty to tell us about the phone-hacking scandal", Guardian, 13 July 2011.
Resources and articles
- ↑ parliament.uk William Rees-Mogg, organizational web page, accessed May 2, 2012.
- ↑ trinitysaintdavid About the Trust, organizational web page, accessed May 2, 2012.