• The CANZUK International Team

    James Skinner
    Chief Executive of CANZUK International

    James was the founder of the Commonwealth Freedom of Movement Organisation; the organisation which led to the formation of CANZUK International. Born in South Wales (UK), James was educated at Kent School in Connecticut (USA) before attending Cardiff University in Wales. He soon worked extensively within governments around the world, including the US Congressional Office in Florida (USA), the Australian Senate in Canberra (Australia) and the Houses of Parliament in London (UK). He currently resides in Vancouver (Canada) and speaks internationally about the developments of CANZUK free movement and foreign affairs.

    John Bender
    Chairman of CANZUK International

    John serves as Chairman of Matthew Bender & Co. Holdings Ltd., an investment office associated with one of the founding families of a FTSE 100 publishing concern. Between 1988 and 2001, John worked at Morgan Stanley, Barings and Coutts. He served as special adviser to The Prince of Wales's charities office between 2004 and 2014 as well as councillor of The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea between 1990 and 1994. Between 1993 and 2005, John acted as chairman of a Conservative Party discussion group for the business community, and is a full member of the Society of Trust and Estates Practitioners in addition to being an investment professional.

    Sir Michael Craig-Cooper
    Member of the Advisory Board

    Sir Michael served as Vice Lord Lieutenant of Greater London and has a distinguished career serving as a board member of the National Bank of Kuwait. He is a former director of the Westminster Forum and also serves as Honourary Secretary for the Pilgrims Society; a British-American affiliation promoting relations between the United States of America and the United Kingdom.

    Noel Cox
    Member of the Advisory Board

    Noel is a Barrister and an Anglican Priest in New Zealand. He was formerly Professor of Law and was Head of Department of Law and Criminology at Aberystwyth University. His major field of research interest is aspects of the Crown, State, and sovereignty. His work has been published in the USA, the UK, Canada, Australia, the Netherlands, Japan, New Zealand, and elsewhere. He has presented conference papers in many countries, and been a visiting fellow at the University of Cambridge (Wolfson and St Edmund’s Colleges) and The Australian National University. He is the author of 14 books and 150 other works.

    Ted Yarbrough
    CANZUK International Contributor

    Ted is an attorney in Dallas, Texas (USA) working for a firm located in nine cities. He is co-founder and editor of The Daily Globe UK. Originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, Ted is a life-long Anglophile and supporter of the ideals of greater CANZUK solidarity. He is a long time writer on British politics and wrote a thesis on Thatcherism while at university. He is a firm Brexiteer and believes that CANZUK is the launching pad for a global Britain. You can follow Ted on Twitter @TedYarbrough1.