Oxford Tory toffs club (hon President Jacob Rees-Mogg) goes on rampage

The honorary president of this club is Jacob Rees-Mogg; Theresa May and her husband were both members when they were at Oxford.

“Arrogant young Tories ran riot at a prestigious university event where they allegedly groped women before going on to abuse pub locals.

The disgraceful behaviour came during a popular Port and Policy party run by the Oxford University Conservative ­Association, which has PM hopeful Jacob Rees-Mogg as honorary president.

Horrified students told how they saw sozzled men try to kiss and fondle women while downing up to 43 glasses of port each in boozing competitions.

Organisers who refused to serve the drunks more booze were shouted down with one reveller allegedly screaming: “I’ll buy their families.”

They then besieged the nearby King’s Arms pub and shouted “Buller, Buller, Buller” – a ­reference to the infamous ­Bullingdon Club society of boozing yobs.

The louts were also heard yelling at locals: “My castle’s bigger than yours.”

The braying mob also smashed glasses and bottles outside the building. …

“There have been numerous reports from members that last Sunday several attendees at Port and Policy groped, touched, kissed (or attempted to), or otherwise harassed female guests.

“We have also heard rumours of similar incidents occurring in previous weeks. I hope there is no doubt that everyone here today finds it totally ­unacceptable that women were made to feel uncomfortable in this way.

“We believe senior members have been ignoring sexism and misogyny, not because they are themselves sexist, but they are worried about the public image of themselves and the association.

“Instead of trying to address the bad PR caused by this issue, we should be addressing the issue itself.”

OUCA President Timothy Doyle said tonight: “The association takes very seriously indeed all allegations of misconduct at its events.

“A member has been suspended until the end of term, following drunkenness at an event. Any allegations of sexual harassment are passed on to university authorities. No allegation received has been ignored.” …”


The Daily Mail goes into more detail and names some participants here: