Andrew Rawnsley

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Full name: Andrew Rawnsley

Area of interest: Politics

Journals/Organisation: The Observer

Email: a.rawnsley@observer.co.uk

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Website: http://www.guardian.co.uk/profile/andrewrawnsley

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Networks: https://twitter.com/#!/andrewrawnsley

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About: http://www.guardian.co.uk/global/2007/apr/04/andrew.rawnsley

Education: Rugby School (scholarship); Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge University: History (first-class Honours)

Career: BBC: 1983/1985; The Guardian: reporter 1985/1987, political sketch writer 1987/1993; The Observer: chief political columnist and associate editor 1993-

Current position/role: Chief political commentator, associate editor

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Broadcast media: Channel 4’s A Week in Politics: co-presenter, 1989-97; BBC Radio 4’s The Westminster Hour: principal presenter, 1998/2006; Regular appearances on Today, PM, World at One, World Tonight, News Quiz and other news and current affairs programmes; ITV's The Sunday Edition: co-presenter (with Andrea Catherwood), 2006; Also writes and presents one-off documentaries for Channel 4, including The Rise and Fall of Tony Blair (June 2007)

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Awards/Honours: Student Journalist of the Year, 1983; Young Journalist of the Year, 1987; Journalist of the Year, C4 Political Awards, 2003; became a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in 2001

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Books & Debate:

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  • Servants of the people: the inside story of New Labour OCLC 44532783 (top ten best-seller in both hard cover and paperback and voted Channel Four Political Book of the Year), 2000

Latest work: The end of the party OCLC 458731872, 2010

Speaking/Appearances:

  • Andrew Rawnsley will discuss his forthcoming book, The End of the Party, at an Observer/Waterstone's event at One Great George Street, London SW1 on Wednesday, 3 March from 7pm. For tickets, contact Waterstone's, Gower Street on 020 7636 1577

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Role: Chief political commentator

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Email: a.rawnsley@observer.co.uk

Website: Guardian.co / Andrew Rawnsley

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Day published: Sunday

Regularity: Weekly

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