Through the Keyhole: Roland Rudd’s 8 Bedroom Country Pile

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Roland Rudd is the chairman of Open Britain, the zombie Remain campaign which is trying to obstruct Brexit. Could it be that the multi-millionaire lobbyist’s sheltered life has left him completely out of touch with the general population? Guido takes you through the keyhole to find out…

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Rudd lives in a Georgian eight bedroom country mansion in Somerset, which was valued at £5.5 million when he purchased it six years ago. Nestled in countryside to the south of the village of Cucklington, it is described by estate agents as a “Grade I Listed architectural gem, considered to be one of the most charming country houses in the area”. It dates back to the 17th century and boasts “beautiful facades, a tranquil setting amidst glorious countryside”, an extensive wine cellar and even a “staff flat” for the help. The Upstairs, Downstairs world of privileged Remainers…

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Guests to Roland’s pile will enter along “a carriage driveway to a grass turning circle with a fine central stone garden sculpture. This comprises a group of 4 cherubs carrying baskets of fruits, the whole topped with a full pineapple and leaves”. Not to mention the livestock buildings, game larder, gardener’s workshop and croquet lawn. Come on Roland, surely room for a few refugees too?


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