|Born||Benjamin William Elliot|
11 August 1975
|Alma mater||Bristol University|
|Member of||Jeffrey Epstein/Black book|
Ben Elliot is a British businessman who was co-Chairman of the Conservative Party from July 2019 until September 2022 alongside James Cleverly (2019–2020), with Amanda Milling (2020-2021) and with Oliver Dowden (2021-2022). In 2018, Ben Elliot was appointed by Michael Gove, then the Secretary of State for Environment, as the government's first Food Surplus and Waste Champion.
Ben Elliot is the nephew of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, a member of the British royal family.
Ben Elliot is the co-founder of the Quintessentially Group, the luxury lifestyle group with a 24-hour global concierge service in London, and also co-founder of the PR firm Hawthorn Advisors.
In October 2021, the Pandora Papers revealed that Ben Goldsmith and Ben Elliot (co-Chair of the Conservative Party) jointly owned a secret offshore film financing company that indirectly benefited from more than £120,000 of UK tax credits.
|Document:A bitter Middle East crisis at the heart of the Conservative Party||Article||6 August 2021||Peter Oborne||This crisis will not - thank goodness - claim lives as the Iraq War did. But it will damage Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who has already found himself involved in a series of sleaze investigations, of which this is the most personally dangerous for him.|
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