Brian Kingham

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Brian Anthony Charles Kingham (born 18 September 1944) is the chairman and 98.5 per cent shareholder of the corporate security company Reliance Security Group. In 2009 the Sunday Times estimated his net worth as £176 million. [1]

Kingham is a leading donor to the Conservative Party. [2] In February 2007 he was one of a host of right-wing figures to attend a celebration of the life and work of the late Ralph Harris, [3] the self-described 'radical reactionary' and critic of democracy. [4]

Affiliations

Donations

Date Name of donor Amount Donated to
04/10/2001 Brian A Kingham £25,000.00 Conservative Party
18/02/2002 Brian Kingham £30,000.00 Conservative Party
10/02/2003 Brian Kingham £350.00 Conservative Party
01/12/2016 Brian Kingham £2,750.00 Conservative Party
01/04/2016 Brian Kingham £50,000.00 Conservative Party
29/05/2003 Brian Kingham £10,000.00 Conservative Party
17/03/2016 Brian Kingham £15,000.00 Vote Leave
13/11/2014 Mr Brian Kingham £2,500.00 Conservative Party
16/03/2004 Mr Brian Kingham £10,000.00 Conservative Party
21/05/2014 Mr Brian Kingham £2,500.00 Conservative Party
13/11/2014 Mr Brian Kingham £750.00 Conservative Party
31/05/2014 Mr Brian Kingham £2,500.00 Conservative Party
[7]

Notes

  1. Sunday Times Rich List 2009 Brian Kingham [Accessed 10 March 2010]
  2. Philip Beresford, Stephen Boyd, 'The Top 30 Political Donors', Sunday Times, 23 April 2006; p.36
  3. ‘Lord Harris of High Cross’, The Times, 21 February 2007; p.69
  4. Andrew Roth, 'Lord Harris of High Cross: Rightwing economist with a radical agenda', Guardian, 20 October 2006
  5. Open Europe 2005-2007 Supporters [Accessed 22 August 2007]
  6. Electoral Commission, Donor Search, accessed 13 May 2016
  7. Electoral Commission,Donor Search: Brian Kingham, accessed 8 June 2016