Born in London in 1969 and son of William Rees-Mogg, editor of The Times from 1967 to 1981, Jacob was educated at Eton and read history at Oxford, where he graduated with an upper second-class honors degree in 1991.
Six children later, he attends the Latin Mass.
He was criticized for crossing tiers, whatever that is, by going to a Benedictine church not far from his home. How easily cowed into thralldom the critics of his church choice were.
Here is the interview:
Mark R. Royce wrote a piece about him in 2018. The Acton Institute for the Study for Religion and Liberty is an interdenominational thinktank. Conservatives do cogitate.
The British have an intimate, theatrical humor that is superior to Americans. From Royce’s article: “‘Profound reactionary,’ raves the New Statesman’s Martin Fletcher of the MP, ‘whose views are preserved in prehistoric amber,’ according to Nesrine Malik of the Guardian.” Nesrine is one of Jacob’s closest friends.
on eating cake - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNZY8O4Z3bU