Known for representing such high-profile and controversial clients as writer and Holocaust denier David Irving; English reality television personality Lisa Jeynes; and public racial prejudice advocate Simon Sheppard, this barrister also briefly chaired the United Kingdom's right-wing Freedom Party.
After earning a degree in modern languages from Jesus College, Cambridge, he began his legal education at the University of London. He went on to work as a litigator for Slaughter and May.
After his Freedom Party disbanded, he formed a second political organization that he named the British Democratic Party.
He was born in England to Maria Jozica Milos and Catholic author Michael Davies.
He and his contemporary, Keir Starmer, both had prominent careers as English barristers.