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22 November 2013

To read more on this Consultation at St George's House which took place at the end of May 2013 and was sponsored by the Airey Neave Trust please use this link: 

28 March 2013

The Trustees are pleased to announce the Trust's co-sponsorship with RUSI and the Dulverton Trust of Alison Pargeter's research "The Muslim Brotherhood:  Beyond the Arab Spring".   

28 March 2013

Airey Neave's book "Little Cyclone" has been re-published and can be ordered through the following link:  The book tells the true story of Andree de Jongh, a young artist in Brussels in 1941 who was nicknamed Little Cyclone by her father.  She set up the Comet Line to smuggle trapped soldiers and airmen through France and across the Pyrenees into Spain.  This escape line saved the lives of more than 800 Allied servicemen.

The book was recently the subject of this feature in the Telegraph:


11 March 2013

The Trust is delighted to announce that the new Archbishop of Canterbury, The Most Revd and Rt Hon Justin Welby, has agreed to become a Patron of the Trust.

16 February 2013

On Thursday 14th February, the Trust held a reception in the Peers' Dining Room, House of Lords to celebrate the publication of James Fergusson's book, "The World's Most Dangerous Place - Inside the Outlaw State of Somalia" (co-funded by the Trust).  Over 100 guests attended including the Prime Minister David Cameron, Somali Minister Mr Abdul Huur, members of the House of Lords and the House of Commons, journalists, academics, representatives from the oil and gas industries and many Somalis who had helped James with his book.  The President of the Trust Lord Bew welcomed everyone and the Chairman John Gifford talked about the work of the Trust.  James Fergusson talked about his book and thanked the Trust for its support.