Philip Johnston

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Full name: Philip Johnston

Area of interest: UK Home Affairs

Journals/Organisation: The Daily Telegraph

Email: philip.johnston@telegraph.co.uk

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Website: Telegraph.co / Philip Johnston

Blog: blogs.telegraph.co.uk / Philip Johnston

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Career: With The Daily Telegraph since 1988, was previously chief political correspondent, started the Home Front column in 2004, promoted to assistant editor 2007

Current position/role: Assistant Editor, Home News

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Viewpoints/Insight: Essay: Are we a free country any more?; Who will defend our free speech?

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Controversy/Criticism: EU Referendum blog: It is, probably, too late

Awards/Honours: Winning essay in the annual Charles Douglas-Home Memorial Trust Award, 2007

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Latest work: Bad Laws: from dangerous dogs to horse passports - how the British lost their common sense OCLC 463640752

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Remit/Info: "political issues that affect every Briton, among them crime, security and immigration"

Section: Features / Comment

Role: assistant editor, Home News

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Email: philip.johnston@telegraph.co.uk

Website: Telegraph.co / Philip Johnston

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Day published: Monday

Regularity: Weekly

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Average length: 1000 words

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