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Rachel Cunliffe is a political journalist and broadcaster and is currently deputy online editor at the New Statesman magazine, where she is also a columnist. She was previously comment and features editor at the London business newspaper City A.M., and before that deputy editor of the digital media site Reaction, which she helped to launch. She has written for The Times, The Telegraph, The Spectator, CapX and Grazia, among others. She is a regular guest reviewing the next day’s papers on television and radio including BBC News and on Sky News.
Rachel studied Classics at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, where she also completed her masters in Latin literature. She briefly taught Ancient Greek at a school in South Korea, and she retains a rather keen interest in history and the ancient world. In addition to her deep and varied expertise in domestic politics, her specialist subjects include business, societal trends, geopolitics, and inter-generational dynamics. Topics of recent talks include UK political upheaval, the future of US democracy in the post-Trump age, the economic case for an open migration policy, and why politicians are obsessed with Latin and Greek.
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