Bruce Anderson

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Full name:Bruce Anderson
Area of interest:Government and Politics
Journals/Organisation:The Spectator
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Career: Worked as a researcher for the Conservative Party in the 1970s; Weekend World television producer; Sunday Telegraph: assistant editor; Spectator: political editor; has written comment for The Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, and regularly for the Daily Mail. Until June 2010 commentator at The Independent.

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Other roles/Main role: Author, Conservative historian

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Broadcast media: A producer on LWT's Weekend World; appearances on BBC's Question Time

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  • John Major: the making of the Prime Minister (1991) OCLC 26264416

Latest work: David Cameron (2006)OCLC 71165355

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Column name: The Spectator’s Drink column

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Website: http://www.spectator.co.uk/author/bruce-anderson

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Hack watch: The security services and Whitehall have long kept dossiers on certain journalists but, characteristically, New Labour has widened the focus - as an internal cabinet memo obtained by the Guardian shows - Seumas Milne, Kevin Maguire, The Guardian, 22nd January 2001
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