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Iain Dale is a speaker on politics, social issues, and broadcasting, and is a passionate advocate of the UK leaving the European Union.
Iain Dale is a leading political commentator and blogger. A former contributing editor for GQ Magazine, he now writes for various national publications, including the Guardian, the Independent, the New Statesman, the Spectator and Attitude. In 2020 he published ‘Why Can’t We All Just Get Along: Shout Less, Listen More’
Iain is the founder of Total Politics magazine and the brains behind Politico’s Bookstore. In 2009, he founded Biteback Publishing, Britain’s leading political publisher. Biteback has published over 600 books including Power Trip; Call me Dave: The Unauthorised Biography of David Cameron; and The Alastair Campbell Diaries.
Iain hosts his own LBC show from Monday to Thursday for three hours from 7pm. He was named Radio Presenter of the Year for 2013 and 2016 at the Arqiva Awards.
Iain appears on Sky and BBC news programmes and is a regular panelist on CNN Talk and CNN International. He contributes to Newsnight, the Andrew Marr Show, the Daily/Sunday Politics and The Wright Stuff. He is the creator and co-presenter of the For the Many podcast, which he records with former Home Secretary Jacqui Smith.
Iain is a sharp insider expert on British politics, with insider stories about the way decisions get taken and the foibles of the politicians who take them. Specialist Speakers is delighted to have worked as speaker agent with Iain for more than a decade.
Iain is a superb presenter with a suite of the radio and television skills to deliver virtual and webcast presentations in the current business and political climate.
“Very few indeed are better informed than Iain Dale – his style may be easygoing and humorous but he has a mind like a meat-cleaver,” Andrew Marr
‘Why Can’t We All Just Get Along’ is published by HarperCollins Publishers
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