The Selsdon Group is a British free-market economics pressure group, closely associated with the Conservative Party. Selsdon Group members believe that economic freedom is the indispensable condition for political and social freedom. The group's President is the Rt. Hon. John Redwood, MP.

It was created in 1973 by a group of young libertarian Conservatives with David Alexander as the first chairman and Nicholas Ridley as first president to promote free-market economic policies, following an intensive discussion to generate ideas at the Selsdon Park Hotel in Selsdon, with Edward Heath and his shadow cabinet in 1970.

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