Alex Singleton

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Full name: Alex Singleton

Area of interest: Politics

Journals/Organisation: The Daily Telegraph | The Sunday Telegraph

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Website: alexsingleton.co.uk

Blog: blogs.telegraph / Alex Singleton | Comment is free...

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Networks: Linkedin | Plaxo

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Education: Dulwich College; University of St Andrews

Career: previously written for The Guardian, The Daily Express and a range of newsstand magazines

Current position/role: leader writer and commentator for The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Telegraph and Telegraph.co.uk

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Other activities: As President of the Globalisation Institute, he was credited with the political adoption of enterprise-based solutions to poverty and has been described by Lord Malloch Brown (former Deputy General Secretary of the UN) as “the high priest of globalisation”. His research on microfinance was launched by David Cameron

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Viewpoints/Insight: As President of the Globalisation Institute, he was credited with the political adoption of enterprise-based solutions to poverty and has been described by Lord Malloch Brown (former Deputy General Secretary of the UN) as “the high priest of globalisation”

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Video: regular commentator on the television and radio, and has appeared on programmes and stations such as the BBC’s Newsnight, the Today programme, The Moral Maze, CNN, Al Jazeera, Channel 4 News, CNBC, Bloomberg and Sky News

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  • author of Trade Justice or Free Trade?, which was discussed in a sermon by the Archbishop of Canterbury, and co-author of Positive Environmentalism: A Convenient Truth

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Speaking/Appearances: Alex is a popular speaker noted for his ability to communicate complicated subjects in a simple way - and grip an audience. He has spoken to audiences of 30-700, to House of Commons & Lords select committees, to conferences from Berlin to Las Vegas, and at debating societies at universities (including the Oxford Union, Cambridge Union and Trinity College Dublin)

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