Donald Martin is our Chairman, he is one of the founder members of The Campaign for an Independent Britain, and is also Chairman of the campaign group Get Britain Out.
Our President is George West, who is retired from his career in Engineering.
Our Treasurer is John Harrison who qualifed as a Chartered Accountant in 1973 and is in practice in Worksop, Nottinghamshire. John joined the National Committee on 1999 and became Honorary Treasurer in 2000. He is also Membership Secretary and an avid supporter of Rotherham United football club.
Edward Spalton, who is retired from his career distributing agricultural feedstuffs; is a German/English translator and public speaker.
Reverend Phillip Foster MA, who is vicar of St Matthew's church in Cambridge, author, publisher and climate change sceptic.
Jim Reynolds, a property manager, who is our leaflet distributor.
Ian Kealey and Anthony Scholefield are also Vice Chairmen of CIB.
Lord Pearson of Rannoch was made a life peer on 18 June 1990 for services to the insurance industry, sitting as a Conservative. He is the co-founder of a pro free trade think-tank, Global Britain, which publishes research on the BBC's EU coverage and on the cost of UK membership and is a supporter of the Countryside Alliance. He was leader of UKIP between 27 November 2009 and August 2010. and has done extensive charitable work and fundraising, in particular for the Camphill movement.
Sir, Teddy Taylor, formerly a journalist, is a British Conservative Party politician who was MP from 1964 to 1979 for Glasgow Cathcart and from 1980 to 2005 for Rochford and Southend East. He was a leading Eurosceptic in the Conservative government. He resigned as a Scottish Office minister in Edward Heath's government in protest at the British signup to the EEC.
Sir Robin Williams Bt, who was Honorary Secretary of CIB from 1969 to 2008 and Chairman of Get Britain Out between 1969 and 1984.
Lord Vinson of Roddam was made a life peer on 7 February 1985. He is a British Businessman who began a small plastics company in 1952 called 'Plastics Coatings' in Guildford, for which he won the Queen's Award for Industry in 1971. Lord Vinson is a co-founder of the Centre for Policy Studies.