Graham Webster-Gardiner

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Graham Webster-Gardiner is a conservative activist who stood in the 2001 UK General Election for the United Kingdom Independence Party (Epson & Ewell), having previously been a member of the Conservative Party and playing a leading role in the Conservative Family Campaign.

According to Searchlight magazine (in 2001) Webster-Gardiner was a 'former leading figure in the right-wing and anti-immigrant Monday Club during the 1970s' and 'a hardline anti-communist, regularly attending functions at the South Vietnamese and Cambodian embassies. Today Webster-Gardiner is the South East organiser of UKIP and a member of its executive committee.'[1]


Conservative Family Campaign

Further Reading

  • Joan U. Isaac 'THE NEW RIGHT AND THE MORAL SOCIETY' Parliamentary Affairs (1990) 43(2): 209-226



  1. Nick Lowles and Kate Taylor 'UKIP lurches right', Searchlight Date: June 2001, accessed 22 August 2010