5 Star's Executive Board
For many, many years – long before he understood the first thing about politics – John’s vision has been to help in whatever way opportunity afforded, to turn our nation from its present wrong course towards a beautiful, righteous, prosperous, proud, free and independent future.
JRE envisages a Britain in which the power of a corrupt, usurping élite is wrested away from our present political class and handed to the people – those that our ancient and democratic Constitution mandates are the rightful possessors of that power.
Gavin spent 24 years in the British Army, is both Para and Commando trained, and rose from the rank of Private to Regimental Sergeant Major.
Completely undauntable, there is no challenge that he will baulk at. Gavin will be an extremely significant driver behind the rapid and cohesive growth throughout the length and breadth of Great Britain and Northern Ireland that we believe you are about to witness.
Ian is a Direct Democracy Campaigner who wants to see key decisions taken directly by the electorate, not by elitist MPs. He holds an M.B.A. from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, a B.Sc. from the University of Glasgow and is a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute. After 16 years in Texas, where he worked as a local government Assistant Budget Director, he champions low taxes and small government as the recipe for economic growth and prosperity. Returning to the UK he joined the fight for our freedom from the EU.
James is a professional engineering consultant, business owner and political columnist. James grew up in Yorkshire where he has worked and lived, raising two sons. Motivated by the opportunity for the UK to leave the EU, James got involved actively in politics in pursuit of an independent UK; to fight for liberty and to fight against authoritarianism and political corruption.
Neville has been actively involved as a social / community activist for over 30 years, often fighting against the odds for social justice and equality. He has supported numerous community start-ups and SME’s. His youth academy provides mentoring, workplace training and counselling. He combines corporate skills with a community conscience.
Chris is 45, and while originally from Barry in South Wales he has now settled in Oxfordshire after a compulsory redundancy from the RAF following 18 years of service as a General Mechanic - Ground Support Equipment.
Chris was raised within the armed forces community from the age of 11, spending much of his childhood in Germany. He has been married for 9 years, has 4 children, and a passion for wargaming, reading and history.
Chris has also worked in auditing management systems for Quality, Health & Safety and Environmental Standards, and as an H&S Officer for a cable assembly manufacturing firm. He presently holds a post as a Compliance Manager for a security systems installation firm.
Chris has become growingly concerned with the seemingly mindless damage being done to our nation in general, but especially in the contexts of our ability to defend our nation, and to condition of our vital emergency services.
Chris is a firm believer in integrity, in the party and in the need to enter the lion's den of the more established political parties. While it is going to take determination, courage and an implacable belief in what we're doing, Chris believes our nation and its people can be truly great once more, both in terms of national life, and our presence internationally on the world stage.
Ally was born and grew up in South Africa but spent most of her life in the UK. Mother of 3 children, she works full time from home, spanning the tourism and beauty industries. She worked for an IFA in Bideford (Devon) for 4 years, during which time she obtained certificated qualifications in UK Financial Law and Regulations and the Financial Advice giving process (CEFA I). Prior to that she worked as a bookkeeper for a large company after studying bookkeeping from home through Mid-Kent College. She enjoys working with figures and solving problems.
Stephen is originally from Northern Ireland, he is married and has two daughters.
He has been involved in voluntary community activity for 10 years engaging with the police, community groups, business traders, local government agencies and political representatives, and is a trustee of a volunteer-only community group. Having campaigned in parish, district, county and parliamentary elections in England, combined with council and Assembly elections in Northern Ireland, Stephen draws upon a wealth of campaigning experience.