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Template:Use British English Original short description: "British political news website founded by Tim Montgomerie"

UnHerd[1] is a centre-right British news website founded by Tim Montgomerie on 21 July 2017.[2] Montgomerie says that the website's mission is "to appeal to people who instinctively refuse to follow the herd and also want to investigate 'unheard' ideas, individuals and communities".[3] The logo of the website is a cow, the reason being that the cow "tends to avoid herds and behaves in unmissable ways as a result.".[4][5] Montgomerie left the website in 2018.

The site's columnists include Giles Fraser and Douglas Murray.

The website exists without a paywall, with its operating budget deriving from an endowment by former Liberal Democrat donor, Brexit-supporting businessman Sir Paul Marshall.[2]


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