Timothy Montgomerie is a British political activist, blogger, and columnist. He is best known as the co-founder of the Centre for Social Justice and as creator of the ConservativeHome website, which he edited from 2005 until 2013, when he left to join The Times.
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If governments worldwide continue to let Big Tech companies acquire monopolistic dominance then unions are workers’ only defence. And, as @J_Bloodworth has documented in his must-read book ‘Hired’, Amazon can be a horrible employer. – source
Tim MontgomerieMar 03, 2021
Why Can’t We All Just Get Along is part-memoir, part-polemic about the state of public discourse in Britain and the world today. In an increasingly divided society, Iain examines why we’ve all become so disrespectful and intolerant. Using experiences from his career in politics and the media, he says it doesn’t have to be this way, and suggests how...
Just finished @IainDale’s Why Can’t We All Get Along? book. Thoroughly recommend it. Iain is a voice of reason and moderation when both are in such short supply. – source
Tim MontgomerieAug 29, 2020
@SamKipling96 @lisajewelluk I recommend Then She Was Gone if you liked The Family Upstairs. I’m loving LJ’s writing – source
Tim MontgomerieApr 19, 2020
@pspencerCSJ A great little book – source
Tim MontgomerieDec 30, 2019
Listening to @CCriadoPerez on 5Live now with @Emmabarnett. Invisible Women is one of books of the decade. Cannot recommend it enough – source
Tim MontgomerieOct 01, 2019