Traditional Britain Dinner with Jacob Rees-Mogg MP
by The Editor
Jacob Rees-Mogg, M.P., was the guest-of-honour at the Traditional Britain Group’s packed Annual Dinner on Friday 17th May 2013, held at London’s prestigious East India Club.
Jacob Rees-Mogg, M.P., was the guest-of-honour at the Traditional Britain Group’s packed Annual Dinner on Friday 17th May 2013, held at London’s prestigious East India Club. Also present was Lord Kilclooney of Armagh, possibly better known to many as John Taylor, former Ulster Unionist M.P., and Monday Club member, who said Grace and also spoke briefly. This dinner was the climax of another successful year for the TBG and commenced with a drinks Reception, a convivial occasion.
In his speech, and subsequent answers to questions from the attendees, Mr. Rees-Mogg expressed his disappointment with the EU, with his party’s attempts to redefine marriage and with abortion-on-demand, but toed the Party line on other matters. Gregory Lauder-Frost, our Vice-President, presided and thanked Mr.Rees-Mogg on behalf of the TBG presenting him with a gift from us.
The following day we held our Annual General Meeting, also packed, which was addressed by Christopher Gillibrand on matters of tradition within The Church and in politics.
Photos can be found on our Facebook page.
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