The former chief executive of the Vote Leave campaign and the chief executive of the Taxpayers’ Alliance are launching a new project called Brexit Central.
But who is funding this lavish new operation?
That is not clear yet, and their website says little. But we can speculate a little.
Matthew Elliott, the former chief executive of Vote Leave was also Chief Executive of Business for Britain.
He is going to be joined by Jonathan Isaby from the Taxpayers’ Alliance, who will be the new editor.
Both currently work out of 55 Tufton Street in Westminster, where Vote Leave was also registered.
That address is also where the think-tank Civitas and the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) are based.
It is also where the climate-change denying group Global Warming Policy Foundation is based. You get the picture.
In fact there is a big nexus of ideologically-aligned groups based at 55 Tufton Street, which is registered to a company owned by Richard Smith, a Midlands businessman.
Richard Smith gave 150,000 during the EU Referendum to fun Labour Leave campaign, and more to fund Vote Leave.
It is likely he will be behind this project too.