Turning Point UK
Turning Point UK (TPUK) is a British, nonprofit right-wing youth campaign group aimed at challenging perceived left-wing political ideology dominant in UK schools, colleges and universities. It is an offshoot of the American organisation Turning Point USA.
The organisation claims it has chapters at the universities of Sussex, Oxford, St Andrews, York, Warwick and Nottingham as well as King’s College London, University College London, the London School of Economics and University of the Arts London. Like its US parent Turning Point USA, it does not disclose the identities of its donors.
The group was launched in December 2018 by Turning Point USA leaders Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens (fiancee of George Farmer) at the Royal Automobile Club in London. Among those attending the event were Andy Wigmore, Paul Joseph Watson and James Delingpole. MPs including Jacob Rees-Mogg and Priti Patel tweeted supportive messages for Turning Point UK in February 2019. On its launch in February 2019 the organisation was marked for criticism by left-wing British newspapers and their supporters on social media; On the same day the formal launch of its Twitter account was sabotaged by multiple parody accounts created by a ‘left-leaning student’ calling himself ‘Skeptical Seventh’.  There were also a protest from Turning Point the charity over confusion about similarities between the two names. 
Labour MP David Lammy has described the organisation as evidence that “sinister forces are taking hold of our country” and that the Tory party “openly promotes hard-right, xenophobic bile”.
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