Richard Tice, Chairman of The Brexit Party, introducing the speakers, during a Political Rally held at Olympia London

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Richard James Sunley Tice (born September 1964) is a British entrepreneur and campaigner serving as chairman of the Brexit Party since 2019. Tice is CEO of the asset management group Quidnet Capital LLP, which has around £500 million of property under management. He was CEO of real estate group CLS Holdings from 2010 to 2014. He has campaigned on education and housing and is best known for his support of Brexit as founder of Leave Means Leave and former co-chair of Leave.EU Until joining the Brexit Party, he was a member of the Conservative Party.[12] He reportedly considered running for the Conservative nomination for the London mayoral election in 2020. ice founded Leave Means Leave shortly after the 2016 EU referendum. He co-chairs it with the businessman John Longworth. In October 2017, they were placed jointly at Number 90 on Iain Dale's list of the 'Top 100 Most Influential People on the Right'.[14] In July 2015, Tice co-founded Leave.EU,[15] which he left a year later, soon after the referendum. Tice, along with Arron Banks, Andy Wigmore, Raheem Kassam, Nigel Farage and Robert Mercer are often referred to as the "Bad Boys of Brexit"
Location: Olympia, West Kensington London, W14

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