Hamlins Property Network: “Insurgent politics – surviving in the era of UKIP and the SNP”

“Insurgent politics – surviving in the era of UKIP and the SNP”, David Aaranovitch

Date: Wednesday 19 November

Time: 8.15 – 9.45 am

Location: 11 Cavendish Square, London W1G 0AN

Please email Claire Wright if you would like to attend.

David Aaranovitch

David Aaronovitch is a British journalist, broadcaster and author.

He is a regular columnist for The Times newspaper and he will be hosting the BBC Radio 4 series The Moral Maze in November 2014

David began his media career in the early 1980’s as a television researcher and later as producer for the ITV programme Weekend World. In 1988 he began working at the BBC as founding editor of On the Record. He moved into print journalism in 1995, working for The Independent and Independent on Sunday as chief leader writer, television critic, parliamentary sketch writer and columnist until the end of 2002.

He began contributing to The Guardian and The Observer in 2013 as a columnist and feature writer. Since June 2005, he has written a regular column for The Times, writes a regular column for the Jewish Chronicle and has written for a variety of other major British news and opinion publications, including New Statesman.

David presents, or contributes to, radio and television programmes, including the BBC’s Have I Got News For You? and BBC News24.

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